The Sun has a new interview with John Cena. He had a lot to say regarding Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, noting that Johnson always wanted to be an actor and that he set the precedent of using professional wrestling as a stepping stone. Cena said, “…And Rock is one of those guy who gave the ‘I’ve wanted to do this all my life’ speech, but in actuality he wanted to be an actor. Now trust me, that is totally fine with me. It’s OK. But just don’t say one thing and do another. Because our fans are extremely loyal and when yo do that it pisses me off.” Cena also added, “All of us work so hard to make the show as good as it can be. So it’s hard when people give the impression of ‘this is the greatest gig in the world’ and then jump ship to make movies. Now I have every interviewer in the world asking me when I’m leaving to make movies.” A closing remark on the subject: “And the answer is I’m never doing that, because I love wrestling more than I do movies.” “It’s guys like that who set the precedent of using wrestling as a stepping stone to do films. But there’s no controversy to any of thatâ<80>“as Rock is a successful actor and that’s what he has always wanted to be.” Cena also talks about filming his latest movie, the WWE-produced “12 Rounds” flick, Flair’s induction speech, the card at Judgment Day, and more. Cena speaks positively on John Morrison. “Iâ<80><99>m actually quite interested in seeing The Miz and John Morrison in a high profile PPV match against Kane and CM Punk. I’ve never really been a fan of Morrison, but I always thought he had a lot of potential. I hope he understands the opportunity heâ<80><99>s getting and steps up to the plate.”
South Asian Post has a story on The Great Khali in India, which you can read at southasianpost.com. The article talks about how everything from t-shirts to key chains featuring his image are being snapped up by the people of Punjab.
WWE wrestlers have the weekend off from house shows as no live events were scheduled prior to this Sunday’s Judgment Day PPV.
Revision3 Gazette has a video interview with WWE Diva Candice Michelle promoting GoDaddy.com. You can see the interview at http://revision3.com/rev3gazette/godaddy/. During the interview you can see Candice Michelle’s new shortened hairstyle.