During Thursday’s WWE investor conference call, WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon spoke about The Rock’s impact on the company’s second quarter financial results, namely WrestleMania 27, which generated over $28 million in revenues.
McMahon announced that The Rock will be appearing at “multiple” pay-per-view events aside from WrestleMania 28.
The Rock announced last month that he’ll be appearing at the 25th anniversary of Survivor Series in November to confront John Cena, who he will wrestle at WrestleMania 28.
McMahon mentioned that The Rock’s involvement at Wrestlemania 28 have resulted in demand for WM28 travel packages being stronger than usual – selling out in just two days.
While there was talk of The Rock appearing at SummerSlam in some capacity, scheduling conflicts prevented that from happening.