Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is a renowned figure in the world of professional wrestling and maintains a strong connection to the industry despite his flourishing career in Hollywood. That said, it seems a former WWE Superstar wants an apology from The Rock.
In 2003, The Rock and Steve Austin had a long-standing feud that had been building up for years, and their fans were eagerly awaiting their next big showdown.
One day, The Rock decided to hold a special event called the “Rock Concert.” This was a unique opportunity for him to showcase his talents as not just a wrestler, but also as an entertainer. The idea was to combine his larger-than-life personality with his love of music and create an unforgettable experience for his fans.
The Rock’s concert was going swimmingly, with the crowd hanging on his every word and note. He was in the middle of performing one of his signature songs when suddenly, the music was interrupted by the sound of Steve Austin’s entrance music.
Suddenly, a Stone Cold-branded pick-up truck drove into the arena. As the truck got closer, it became clear that Austin wasn’t behind the wheel – instead, it was The Hurricane.
The Hurricane was Shane Helms’ superhero alter-ego, complete with a mask and cape. He climbed out of the truck and made his way to the ring, where The Rock was waiting.
At first, The Rock was confused by The Hurricane’s appearance. He had been expecting Steve Austin to show up, not some guy in a silly costume. But as The Hurricane started to taunt him, The Rock realized that he was in the middle of a new kind of battle.
As The Hurricane continued to mock him, The Rock tried to keep his cool. He even made a joke about the situation, telling the police who had accompanied him to take away “the Hamburgler.” He claimed that The Hurricane was guilty of having “seven Chicken McNuggets stuck up his ass.”
The Hurricane demanded that The Rock retract his statement about the Chicken McNuggets. He claimed that there was no evidence to support the allegation, and that The Rock was slandering his good name. The Rock, for his part, refused to back down.
As the two continued to argue, the police moved in to try and break things up. That’s when Steve Austin finally made his presence known. Austin burst out of the truck and charged towards the ring, his eyes locked on The Rock. The two started to brawl, with punches and kicks flying back and forth. The Hurricane tried to intervene, but he was quickly knocked aside.
In the end, The Rock managed to escape from the ring and make his way backstage. Steve Austin stood triumphant, his fans cheering him on. The feud between The Rock and Austin continued to rage on, with both men determined to come out on top.
Years later, this infamous segment from the “Rock Concert” resurfaced on social media. Shane Helms, now retired from wrestling, decided to have a little fun with it. He jokingly demanded an apology from The Rock for accusing him of having Chicken McNuggets up his ass, insisting that there was no evidence to support such a claim.
Honestly, I’ve dealt with this slander from
for far too long. It was never proven in a court of law that I had Chicken McNuggets up my ass. There was never any evidence other than some sweet and sour sauce in my locker room. I demand an apology!!
The Rock was originally meant to headline WrestleMania 39 where he would have challenged Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, but that is no longer happening. We’ll have to see what’s next in store for The Rock.
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