Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has confirmed on his Instagram account that he will be appearing at World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)’s WrestleMania 32 in 2016.

WWE’s ‘Mania 32 is set in Dallas at the AT&T stadium and the former 8-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion has stated that he would be glad to help his former employers attain an all-time high attendance record and electrify the occasion like never before.

However, one of the major points in the declaration was that there was no mention of the Brahma Bull wrestling at the event. Unless some major changes take place, the chance of watching Dwayne Johnson wrestle for the first time since facing John Cena in WrestleMania 29, looks slim.

As reported by whatculture.com, WWE had originally planned The Rock to face his rival Triple H at the upcoming ‘Mania. But, since the People’s Champion has signed on to do the next "Baywatch" movie as well as the next "Fast and Furious" franchise, it seems unlikely that Johnson will wrestle considering his scheduling and insurance conflicts.

It might be possible that WWE has struck up a deal with the movie production studio as well as the insurance company for The Rock to feature at the event, but the odds will be on the man from Miami not wrestling.

Rumours have surfaced that Florida might be the next destination where WWE is planning to host Wrestlemania 33. Florida hosted the event in 2008 and 2013 and it is being expected that the announcement will be made at next month’s Royal Rumble pay-per view, which takes place in Orlando.

It seems to direct towards The Rock appearing at the upcoming ‘Mania to set up a potential match at WrestleMania 33, which seems to be heading towards Florida, his home. This can also lead to his Hall of Fame induction.

Meanwhile, WWE.com has also confirmed The Rock’s appearance at the upcoming blockbuster event.

“The Grandest Stage of Them All will now feature The Most Electrifying Man in Entertainment. The Rock announced today on Instagram that he will be in Dallas for WrestleMania when The Showcase of the Immortals takes over the AT&T Center on Sunday, April 3, 2016,” WWE’s official website stated.