The Rock recently spoke with AP writer Dan Gelston on the lead up to WrestleMania 29. The article covers Rock's recent success with G.I. Joe: Retaliation, his feud with John Cena, and more. Below are some highlights:

The Rock's thoughts on WrestleMania 29: "It's the biggest show of my career."

On what "The Rock" means to the WWE: "Rock means revenue. Rock means ratings. The Rock is great, not just a great performer, but he is a great ambassador for this business."

The Rock's thoughts on John Cena: "I always knew he loved the business. He loves it so much now that he really is the busiest person in the history of the WWE. He's everywhere at once. He can do everything and still compete as WWE champion...He's been the No. 1 guy in the company for many years now, and has managed to maintain a genuine, optimistic love for the business. Often times, inherently, what the business creates is pessimism over time, and unhappiness. John has been able to stay above that, not get lost in the garbage, and not get lost in the noise. He's very focused, very committed. There's an X-factor about John that moves an audience."

The Rock on why he wishes there were more wrestlers like Cena: "I wish we had one guy with 10 percent of his vision and his aspiration. When he gets a small opportunity, he kicks the damn door down and owns the horse. Often times here, we have superstars that remind me of a hamster on the treadmill and those are the guys that usually complain. I don't take too kindly to them. I'm fortunate Rock's here and I'm glad he's here. He can show up whenever he wants."

The Rock on if working on a reality show, commercials, movies, and pro-wrestling is too much: "I never feel that it's too much because I'm aware of the plan. I put the plan together. But in that, comes really incredible challenges that require a lot of people to embrace the vision of it, to support it. It was one of those things where you take a risk and, fortunately, it's paid off."