The Rock’s resurgence back to WWE created a buzz that momentarily overshadowed the anticipation surrounding Cody Rhodes’ appearance at WrestleMania 40.

He returned with a heel persona reminiscent of his 90s character and The Hollywood Rock, The Rock aligned himself with The Bloodline and pledged allegiance to Roman Reigns. His presence in the ring was electrifying, captivating audiences with his dynamic performances and commanding presence.

Recently, The Rock uploaded a video where he delivered a fiery address, outlining his plans for WrestleMania. Specifically targeting Cody Rhodes’ mother, Michelle Rubio, he made it clear that she wouldn’t be receiving the Undisputed WWE Universal Title on Night 2 as Cody expressed his desire was to do.

The Rock taunted Mama Rhodes, envisioning her ringside to witness her son’s defeat, and addressing his crying fans. He boldly asserted that Mama Rhodes had only two options: accept the outcome or embrace it.

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The 10-time WWE champion’s verbal tirade towards Mrs Rhodes did not sit well with her daughter and Cody’s sister, Teil Rhodes who took to her X to fire back at The Rock by calling him a nostalgic act from WWE’s famous time period, the Attitude Era

“Toxic masculinity is just like the attitude era- so over. It’s giving washed.”

The Rock is set to appear on tonight’s edition of SmackDown in Memphis, Tennessee to address the situation further and his further plans to make Cody Rhodes’ WrestleMania quest more tough than ever.

What are your thoughts on Cody Rhodes’ sister retaliating against The Rock for his social media tirade? Sound off in the comments!

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