The Rock brought his charisma and electrifying personality to the iconic Daytona 500 enthralling the NASCAR fans. But it looks like The Great One had a great experience, leading to him being open to appearing again.

The Brahma Bull was brought in for the Daytona 500 as the Grand Marshall to kick off the race pitting the best race car drivers on the track. Moreover, he proved to be a true team player to still appear despite some rescheduling due to weather conditions.

It seems like The Rock had a great time hosting one of the most exciting and energetic racing events of all time. He took to his X to outline his experience and mentioned the fans listening carefully to his announcement before the start of the race.

In the end, The Great One left the door open to return for another edition of the Daytona 500 in the future.


“My absolute honor to give this command with the respect and energy it deserves. Over 100,000 fans in silence until I say the word engines, as the drivers fire up at the same time. This whole thing gave me chills. THANK YOU fans, drivers, teams and @NASCAR. I will never forget this. If you need the People’s Champ again, you know where to find me 🎤🇺🇸

Apart from his outside appearances and multiple ventures, The People’s Champion recently inducted himself into Roman Reigns’ Bloodline last week on SmackDown. He brought out his dark demeanor while aligning with his family to make sure their enemy, Cody Rhodes would walk out of WrestleMania without finishing his story in the high-stakes title bout between him and Reigns at WrestleMania 40.

Do you think The Rock would make another appearance for the Daytona 500 in the future? Sound off in the comments!

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