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post #11 of 46 (permalink) Old 01-30-2013, 08:02 AM
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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

he was the best

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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

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-Extremely entertaining to watch

-But it you analyze it,he sucked as a heel as Hollywood Rock.He depended too much on cheap heat.

-Watch the Toronto promo.One of the most entertaining promos of all time.But to call it a great heel promo is stupid.He was getting cheered and people only booed him when he insulted the city

-My favourite segments was when he completely owned Hulk Hogan via pre-recorded segments
Hurricane-Rock segments was funny as hell, Rock calls out Goldberg was great, Rock hit him from behind was funny, his reaction when he left outside the ring was well funny. If Rock carried on after Backlash, he would've joined Y2J-Christian 2 beat Goldberg up
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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

He did the best he could to gain heat but it was clear that no-one really wanted to boo him. It was successful though as he finally beat Austin at WM but yeah he wasnt going to be around for much longer that much was obvious.



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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

Excellent heel work, but too over to be booed, much like Stone Cold during his heel run.


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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

One of the greatest heel gimmicks.
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I mark everytime I see this segment. You cann tell Rocky loved being a heel. Too bad we ain't gonna see anymore of that these days...
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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

So hard no to like him.I was 13 back then.
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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

In my opinion hollywood Rock was one of the G.O.A.T and the theme was epic.

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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

Probably at his peak, he was on fire on the mic as well as in the ring.

The DDT, Kip-up and mock spot was epic.


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Re: Your opinion on The Rock's heel turn in early 2000's?

he turned heel after he lost to brock lesnar in sumer slam. wwe wanted brock lesnar to become the new face of wwe, as someone more talented then the rock finally came.


As entertainer rock is the best in wwe history.He is quick, great on mic. As real wrestler, great athlete brock lesnar is best.

Cena lucked out that those 2 stayed out of business.
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