"Once in a Lifetime - Rock vs. Cena" to Air on 11 NBCU Networks
STAMFORD, Conn. -- WWE(R) (NYSE:WWE) and NBCUniversal are joining forces to televise "Once in a Lifetime - Rock vs. Cena," an epic one-hour special that follows WWE Superstars The Rock(R) and John Cena(R) on their respective roads to WrestleMania(R) XXVIII. This first ever behind-the-scenes special premieres Monday, March 26 on USA Network at 8/7c and will also air on NBCUniversal networks including Syfy, Bravo, E!, Oxygen, G4, Style, NBC Sports Network, mun2, CLOO and Universal HD leading up to WrestleMania on Sunday, April 1 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
"Once in a Lifetime - Rock vs. Cena"
This lifestyle special is a candid and compelling look at two of the biggest icons in sports entertainment history as they prepare for their Once in a Lifetime main event match. From touring and training on the road to Hollywood movie sets to the 54th Annual Daytona 500, this in-depth look with exclusive footage gives viewers unprecedented access and a glimpse into the personal lives of these men.
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