WATCH: The Rock had a two-word reaction for Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins after standing tall on Raw

The Rock and Roman Reigns were wary of Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins' plans on Raw, ending the go-home episode by whipping both their opponents.

WATCH: The Rock had a two-word reaction for Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins after standing tall on Raw

The Rock, Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins (via WWE)

The go-home episode of Raw was hyped for The Bloodline carnage. And, oh boy, did it deliver the absolute physicality between The Rock and Roman Reigns against Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins. Reigns with his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship and Rocky with his American Nightmare strap stood tall to end Raw. While making their way to the backstage area, Rock only had two words to say.


The video posted by WWE’s official handle opens with The Tribal Chief walking to the gorilla position. Reigns said nothing and proceeded, followed by Solo Sikoa who came from a grueling bout. Then came Paul Heyman, who looked into the camera and, with three counts, introduced The Final Boss.

The Rock had a gnarly look on his face and was pumped after delivering the beatdown. He stayed in the character even though he was approaching the backstage area and took a small look at the camera. The Great One only said, ‘F*ck Them’ while implying Rhodes and Rollins. This carries the new-grown tradition of WWE that allows cuss words on their social media handles as well as on television.

F*ck Them!
The Rock cusses Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins

The main event had the Rollins face Sikoa in a Bloodline Rules match. This may very well be a glimpse of what will go down at WrestleMania 40 in Night 2’s main event. It is now only in the hands of The American Nightmare and The Visionary to decide the stipulation of the Reigns and Rhodes’ rematch clash.


The Rock will induct his grandmother, Lia Maivia into the Hall of Fame class of 2024

One of the first female promoters in wrestling history was Lia Maivia. The Rock’s grandmother pioneered the wrestling heritage of Samoans by organizing shows in Honolulu. Being a Polynesian, she knew all the aspects of professional wrestling and inspired the upcoming generations to be trailblazers in the industry.

The Rock and Lia Maivia
The Rock and Lia Maivia (via WWE)

In honor of such a legend, WWE has taken the step to induct her into the Hall of Fame class of 2024. It was announced by Rocky himself that he would carry out the posthumous induction of Maivia on April 5, 2024. He took to Instagram to post a video of her legacy and claimed her to be the real Final Boss.

I’m honored to announce, that I will be inducting my grandmother, Lia Maivia, into the WWE Hall of Fame, class of 2024.
The Rock on inducting Lia Maivia in Hall of Fame Class of 2024

The video clarified her relationship with the Samoan dynasty. Lia was married to the High Chief Peter Maivia, mother to Ata Johnson, grandmother to Dwayne Johnson and great-grandmother to WWE’s Ava Raine (Simone Johnson). This traces the impact she had on her household through her wrestling interest.

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