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The Rock Commentating On His First Ever WWE Match Is Pretty Fucking Embarrassing

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The Rock is now known as one of the most famous actors/wrestlers in the world, but once upon a time he was just like the rest of us, trying to make his way in the big bad world… except he had to do it in front of thousands of people at Madison Square Garden at one of the WWF’s (it was WWF back then) biggest PPVs Survivor Series.

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So somebody thought it would be a good idea to get The Rock to go back 20 years and commentate on his first ever match in the WWE. It’s the one I just described, where The Rock was on a team with Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Marc Mero and The Stalker (who?) against Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Jerry “the King” Lawler, Crush and Goldust.

I think The Rock was supposed to be a good guy in that one, but in any case, he commentates on his entrance and the part of the match where he finds himself outnumbered 2 to 1. As you might expect, The Rock absolutely nails this commentary and reveals what an absolute goofball/screwup/loser he was in the early days of his WWE career, which probably makes him even more loveable to be honest:

Absolute gold – it’s kinda funny how his character changed so much and how he had so many different moves back then eh? On his debut he was a real classic babyface nerd right?

And it just goes to show, even if you completely screw up your debut (well screw it up a little bit) in front of hundreds of thousands of people (including those watching at home) then you can still go on to absolutely smash your entire life completely out of the ball park, just like The Rock has done. What an inspiration.

If you forgot how great The Rock truly was on the microphone, then check out this compilation of his greatest insults. If ya smell…


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