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Old 02-20-2013, 08:24 PM   #90 (permalink)
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Default Re: Has the Rock's return tarnished or "bettered" his legacy for you?

The Rock is capable of greatness, especially in AE and 2004, when he was consistently entertaining. But yes, I have found myself underwhelmed by him recently. Seems that a little spark is missing.

He spends most of his time looking at the crowd, his eyes longing for nostalgia chants, and of course he gets them. But he doesn't really say or do anything other than talk about balls, nuts, monkeypiss, asses, pies, fruity pebbles.... the repetitive nature of his child like shtick has worn thin.
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