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Video: The Rock at Survivor Series After The Show Went Off the Air

by Patrick Sicher | Posted on Monday, November 21st, 2011
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Anybody who is a fan of this site knows that BlackSportsOnline.com is a member of Team Bring It. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is easily one of the most entertaining wrestler in the last 20 years and his performance at Survivor Series last night proved that. Despite his long lay off to go make movies (he is currently filming G.I. Joe II) he still brought it in the ring in his match with John Cena against The Miz and R-Truth.

After the grueling match and after the cameras went off the air, The Rock took the mic to thank the fans. What follows is roughly 7 minutes of classic Rock where he messes with the crew and has some fun with the raucous Madison Square Garden Crowd. Based on this, I am excited for Wrestlemania 28 when The Rock returns home to Miami to take on John Cena.


Kudos to the amateur camera person for holding it pretty steady and getting a good mix of ring and titantron.

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