In an unexpected and an unprecedented visit, The Rock made an appearance at an off-air WWE event in Boston TD Garden.
The Rock posted a video on his Instagram account, of his visit, along with a caption that read, “No greater feeling than completely surprising my #WWE Universe family by showing up unannounced at a live event. #ElectrifyingMoment #CrowdGoesWild#AndByWildIMeanApeShit #PeopleGoHomeHappy #PeoplesChampGoesHomeGrateful#BostonStrong #PC4Life”
Reportedly, the Rock’s presence was greeted with a huge welcome roar, as he interrupted the fight between jobber Bo Dallas and Tom Brady.
According to a report by NESN, Rock’s return to the WWE arena could mean big news for the folks at WWE. Although, Rock was said to be shooting for an upcoming movie in Boston, his unexpected visit to the arena could have possible motive. Is he expected to return to the pavilion?
The report speculated the possible match of Triple H vs. The Rock, although no official confirmation has been given yet.
However, according to a report by Sports Illustrated, The Rock and Triple H could, after all, be gearing up for the big fight, according to a statement made to the website, when he said that his dream match would be a 4-way encounter between himself, grandfather “High Chief” Peter Maivia, father Rocky Johnson, and the “Macho Man” Randy Savage.
According to a report by The Wrestling Observer, The Rock’s return can be expected on April 3, 2016, at the AT&T Stadium in Texas, to fight his long time rival Triple H at WrestleMania. The report suggested that Vince McMahon, the CEO of WWE, has already decided the six top matches for the Show, with The Rock vs. Triple H being the main attraction.
The report claimed that McMahon is planning to have either a tag team match with The Rock and Ronda Rousey against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, or a traditional singles match.