The Rock’s current heel persona masterfully blends elements of his Hollywood persona with the attitude he displayed in the late 90s, captivating fans with his compelling character. His revival of The Rock concert on the latest episode of SmackDown was a highlight for audiences, with The Rock showing little regard for networks’ complaints about his use of profanity.

During the March 15 episode of Friday Night SmackDown, Hollywood Rock made a triumphant return to the ring, thrilling the audience with his iconic theme music and expressing appreciation for Memphis, Tennessee.

Directly targeting Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins, The Rock pulled no punches, even involving Rhodes’ mother and prominently featuring Stardust’s image on stage. He continued his momentum with scathing insults aimed at the “Cody Crybabies,” resonating with fans worldwide.

Following the concert, The Great One shifted his focus to Rhodes’ recent actions, mocking his slap and ridiculing his interview with Michael Cole on Monday Night RAW, captivating the crowd with his charisma.

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The Great One took to his Instagram and shared a video from his Rock Concert, quoting a controversial line from it, asserting his indifference towards networks or anyone else taking issue with his language.

”“You sound like somebody the Rock can love – drunk and horny” 🥰”

”Networks and “standards & practices” have issues with my language, but I’d rather be real than not. I talk from the heart, shoot from the hip and try to always have fun.”

”Enjoy the Rock concert 🎶 😈 🥃”

”~ Final Boss #SmackDown”

The Rock’s segment on Friday Night SmackDown exceeded expectations in duration. Moreover, he made young fan’s day before the show, demonstrating his commitment to his audience. As we approach WrestleMania 40, fans eagerly await WWE’s continued booking of The Rock in the coming weeks.

Do you respect The Rock for staying true to himself no matter what anyone else has to say? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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