Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson made a surprise return to WWE SmackDown this past Friday.
Taking to Twitter, The Rock reflected on the iconic moment and how he was in awe of the reaction of the fans. He wrote,
“I was – I’m still – completely blown away by this crowd reaction in Denver this past Friday night on SMACKDOWN.
My appearance was a surprise to everyone and this crowd of 14,000 erupted with the roar of 100,000 strong.
Top 5 loudest crowd reaction of my career
(which I was like “holy shit” when I walked out)
I’m so grateful and humbled by this.
I never take it for granted and “coming home” will always be sacred to me.
Thank you my guy PatMac, the talented Austin Theory,
family backstage, Team Rock behind the scenes – everyone who joined us to go ALL IN.
But most importantly, thank you with all my love, gratitude and respect, to THE PEOPLE.
Our connection is real.
~ people’s champ”
I was – I’m still – completely blown away by this crowd reaction in Denver this past Friday night on SMACKDOWN.
My appearance was a 💯 surprise to everyone and this crowd of 14,000 erupted with the roar of 100,000 strong.
Top 5 loudest crowd reaction of my career 🤯🙏🏾… pic.twitter.com/IYXcD0yCzN
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) September 17, 2023
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins expressed his disappointment over the Chicago Bears losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Rollins tweeted,
“I hate football.”
I hate football.
— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) September 17, 2023
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Surprise Return to WWE SmackDown Leaves Fans in Awe
Last Friday, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson made a surprise return to WWE SmackDown, and the reaction from the fans was nothing short of incredible. The Rock took to Twitter to express his gratitude and amazement at the crowd’s response, stating that it was one of the top five loudest crowd reactions of his career.
The Rock’s appearance was unexpected, and the 14,000-strong crowd in Denver erupted with a roar that felt like it came from 100,000 people. The electrifying atmosphere left The Rock in awe as he walked out to the cheers and excitement of the fans.
In his tweet, The Rock thanked his friend PatMac, the talented Austin Theory, and the WWE family backstage. He also expressed his gratitude to Team Rock behind the scenes and everyone who joined him to go “ALL IN.” But most importantly, he thanked the people, emphasizing the real and powerful connection he feels with his fans.
The Rock’s return to WWE SmackDown reminded everyone why he is known as the “people’s champ.” His larger-than-life persona and undeniable charisma have made him one of the most beloved figures in professional wrestling history. The Rock’s ability to captivate audiences and create memorable moments is unparalleled.
Meanwhile, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins took to Twitter to express his disappointment over the Chicago Bears’ loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Rollins tweeted, “I hate football.” This lighthearted comment showcases the personal interests and opinions of WWE superstars outside of the wrestling ring.
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s surprise return to WWE SmackDown was a moment that will be remembered by fans for years to come. The overwhelming crowd reaction and The Rock’s heartfelt appreciation for his supporters highlight the special bond between wrestlers and their fans. As the wrestling world continues to evolve, moments like these remind us why we love this electrifying form of entertainment.