The recent transformation of The Rock into a heel persona has injected WWE programming with a revitalizing and exhilarating energy. His surprise appearance on RAW has sent shockwaves throughout the wrestling world, especially with his unexpected confrontation with Cody Rhodes. Interestingly, some fans and analysts speculate that the assault by The Rock has propelled Rhodes to become the most despised figure in WWE.

In a surprising turn of events, The Rock engaged in a fiery exchange with Rhodes without even needing a microphone, setting the stage for a dramatic showdown. As the night unfolded, Rhodes found himself embroiled in a brawl with Jimmy Uso, with Solo Sikoa attempting to intervene. However, tensions reached boiling point when The Rock personally intervened, escalating the situation by launching a brutal assault on Rhodes.

While speaking on Story Time With Dutch Mantell, the former WWE manager noted that The Rock brutally attacking Cody Rhodes made Rhodes the most hated man in the WWE locker room as no one came to help him out whatsoever.

“I was telling somebody the other day, Cody Rhodes must be the most hated man in the WWE dressing room, because he’s getting the dog c**p beat out of him and not one wrestler, or one referee, or one agent goes to help him. And actually, they could make an angle out of this. Seth Rollins, of course he didn’t go out there because in his mindset, he wants Cody to get taken out because Cody’s standing in his way of getting to where he wants to be.”

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Ringside News also exclusively reported the key figures responsible for The Rock and Cody Rhodes’ segment. New footage of The Rock showed that he was still beating down on Rhodes after RAW. It remains to be seen what The Rock will do next, as he is truly The Final Boss now.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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