The Rock and Roman Reigns made a huge statement on the go-home edition of Monday Night RAW for WrestleMania 40 gaining huge momentum ahead of their rivals, Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins as The Show of Shows draws near.

The Final Boss slated Rollins into Bloodline Rules match against Solo Sikoa for the main event of the show. However, the conclusion of the hard-hitting bout saw chaos starting with Jimmy and Jey brawling all the way to the back and The Rock emerging to strike Jey and head to the ring to lay a beatdown on Seth Rollins.

But that moment saw the reemergence of Cody Rhodes after the vicious assault by The Rock last week on RAW. The American Nightmare charged to the ring for some payback, with him and Rollins looking to put away The Great One days before WrestleMania.

However, he was saved by the timely arrival of his cousin, Roman Reigns who evened the odds and shifted the tide of the attack in their favor, knocking down both Rhodes and Rollins. That led to The Rock taking off his weight belt and beating down both Cody and Seth, leaving them battered as the show came to close.


In an exclusive clip released by WWE on X, The entire Bloodline can be seen exiting ringside through the Gorilla position with The Rock sending out a scratching two-word message for his WrestleMania opponents.

“F**k them.”

With Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins put down by the alliance of The Rock and Roman Reigns, days before their tag team clash at WrestleMania 40, we will have to wait and see if that would have an influence on the outcome of the showdown in Philidelphia.

What are your thoughts on The Rock’s message to Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins? Sound off in the comments!

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