“Not cuss to much,” Dwayne The Rock Johnson breaks silence after breaking CM Punk’s WWE record at Day 1 Raw 

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson called out Roman Reigns during his recent appearance on WWE.

“Not cuss to much,” Dwayne The Rock Johnson breaks silence after breaking CM Punk’s WWE record at Day 1 Raw 

The Rock and CM Punk (via WWE)

When CM Punk returned to WWE after a nine-year-long hiatus, all the social media records were broken. Many fans believed that his return couldn’t and wouldn’t be topped, but that turned out to be wrong. The Rock‘s return at the Day 1 edition of Monday Night Raw broke Punk’s record.


WWE’s official X handle shared a tweet acknowledging that The Great One’s return broke all the records with 171 million views on social media. The 51-year-old replied to the tweet and gave all the credit to the people who were so happy to see him.

The Rock further said this honor should not be dedicated to him, as he only tries to look cool and not to curse much in front of the live audience. According to the fans, the real credit goes to the ‘former WWE Champion Triple H.

Amazing stuff. This is all thanks to the people. They break records, not me. I just try and look cool, not screw up and not cuss too much.
The Rock on X

Now that The Brahma Bull has set his eyes on Roman’s title, we could see an exciting face-off in the upcoming weeks. It will be interesting to see how the rivalry builds up as WrestleMania is starting to shape up.


The Rock made a huge announcement regarding his football league XFL

The Rock is one of the most successful celebrities in the world right now. He has many Hollywood projects and even owns a football league called XFL. Recently, The Great One shared some good news with the fans on his social media.

The Rock
The Rock (via WWE)

He took to Instagram and announced that his league XFL has now merged with USFL under a new name, UFL. United Football League will have its inaugural season this spring. The 51-year-old further said it was a huge win for the fans and thanked them for their support.

Vince McMahon originally owned the XFL and is now going through its third season and first under the new ownership group of The Rock, Dani Garcia, and Garry Cardinale.

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