Don't ever disrespect the professional wrestling industry in front of former WWE Champion The Rock - cause he'll shut you down.
The Rock comes down from a family with deep root in the professional wrestling business; sharing relations to Superstars such as Roman Reigns, The Usos, and Nia Jax. He began his own wrestling career back in 1995 and was immediately signed by the WWE the following year.
Rock saw immediate success by capturing the Intercontinental Championship, and slowly evolving his Rock character over the next few years and establishing himself as the top face in the business.
On the microphone, nobody could come close to producing what The Rock did in his promos. "The People' Champ" absolutely scorched his opponents with insults on the mic and brought an electrifying feeling to the WWE Universe unlike any Superstar in history.
Throughout his career Rock has won 10 World Championships, two Intercontinental Championships, five Tag Team Titles, and Royal Rumble match win in 2000. He has seen great feuds with fellow legends such as Triple H, Kurt Angle, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mankind, and so many more.
Recently one of the biggest stories in the professional wrestling world was the return of WWE Hall Of Famer and Monday Night RAW General Manager Kurt Angle to the WWE ring. Angle replaced Roman Reigns in the main event of Tables Ladders and Chairs to participate in his first WWE match in 11 years.
Angle teamed up with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins to take on the team of The Miz, The Bar (Sheamus and Cesaro), Kane, and Braun Strowman. It was a big deal for Angle, who had been campaigning for a WWE in-ring position for quite some time now.
The Rock took to Twitter to congratulate Angle on his in-ring return and wished him luck. A comedian decided to take a shot at Rock for mentioning wrestling by telling him it's fake. Rock replied and absolutely destroyed him in his response:
What are your thoughts on The Rock going off on Pobjie for calling wrestling fake? Do you think Rock should have simply ignored the comment? Or is it nice to see "The Great One" stick up for the industry that propelled him into the superstardom he enjoys today? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!
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