Roman Reigns vs. The Rock is a WrestleMania dream match.

3 reasons why WWE should book The Rock vs. Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 38 and 3 it should happen at WrestleMania 39

Divesh Merani

#2 WrestleMania 38: WWE risks potential cancellation by delaying the match by a year

The Rock vence a Erick Rowan – John Cena regresa en WrestleMania 32
8:37 AM · Apr 4, 2016

Roman Reigns vs. The Rock may be too big of a WrestleMania match for WWE to risk it being canceled. But if it is being earmarked for 2023, there is a chance it does not happen at all, since a lot can change in a year.

Several factors could result in The Great One becoming unavailable to face his cousin at WrestleMania 39. The Rock's injury against John Cena at WrestleMania 29 caused a delay in filming, which could become a concern over a longer waiting period.

His only match since was a six-second squash of Erick Rowan three years later. If he can make it to Dallas next April, WWE might as well book the match between The Rock and Roman Reigns, as waiting for the perfect moment might backfire in this case.

#2 WrestleMania 39: Roman Reigns vs. The Rock is fitting for the SoFi Stadium


Having just opened around a year ago, the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California is a beautiful venue. It has been designed perfectly and looks incredible, with an exceptional view all around.

The SoFi Stadium could seat up to 100,000 fans at WrestleMania 39, further extending its beauty. There doesn't seem to be a bad seat in the house. As a result, WWE must book the biggest possible main event for potentially the most aesthetically pleasing WrestleMania ever.

The Rock and Roman Reigns fit the bill perfectly for this spot.

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