Brian Gewirtz on The Rock’s potential plans for WrestleMania 41

Brian Gewirtz discussed The Rock’s potential plans for WrestleMania 41. Following WrestleMania XL, The Rock hinted that his storyline with Cody Rhodes was not over by handing him something.

Brian Gewirtz and The Rock have a long-standing professional relationship, primarily stemming from their time together in WWE. Gewirtz was a key writer for WWE, working with the company from the late 1990s through the early 2010s, and played a significant role in crafting many of the storylines and promos for The Rock during his peak years in WWE.

Their collaboration was instrumental in shaping The Rock’s charismatic and memorable persona, with Gewirtz often credited for helping to script some of The Rock’s most iconic catchphrases and moments.

After leaving WWE, Gewirtz continued to work closely with Johnson, joining his production company, Seven Bucks Productions, where he has been involved in various projects, including television shows and films. Their professional relationship has evolved into a strong partnership, with both benefiting from their creative synergy and shared vision for entertainment projects beyond the wrestling ring.

Appearing on The Masked Man Show, Brian Gewirtz was asked if he might have plans between January and April 2025:

“Nothing happens until they step through the curtain and it happens. There are so many variables, a lot of things can happen and not happen. There is stuff that is written in pencil and stuff people might want or not want. If we get to run it back for WrestleMania 41, I’d be thrilled. I’d love to do it and be part of it. It’d be great.

I want to get back into it with Cody’s dog. People are like, ‘How can you say that. He’s a good boy.’ Of course he’s a good boy. Everyone knows he’s a good boy. He’s just a stupid dog, that’s all I’m saying. There are smart dogs and dogs that are not so bright. Pharoah is not so bright, but he’s certainly a good boy. I would love to get back into all that stuff. If that phone call happens and we’re thinking about the same person [The Rock], I’d be extremely thrilled to run it back,” he said.

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