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WWE SmackDown: Superstar invites The Rock on their talkshow amid online beef

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In a surprising turn of events, WWE SmackDown superstar Grayson Waller has extended an invitation to The Rock, also known of course as Dwayne Johnson, to appear on his talk show, The Grayson Waller Effect.

This invitation comes amid a heated exchange on Twitter between the two wrestling personalities.

The Twitter feud began when Waller boldly claimed that his SmackDown in-ring debut at Madison Square Garden was superior to The Rock’s. This statement did not sit well with The Rock, who responded by branding Waller as an “outback jack-off.”

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WWE SmackDown: The Invitation

Unfazed by The Rock’s retort, Waller fired back with an invitation to his talk show. Waller tweeted, “Ouch! Those classic 1999 schoolyard insults really still hit. You still have an open invitation to be a guest on The Grayson Waller Effect though! Sounds like you’re in desperate need of the Grayson Waller rub.”

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Waller’s Rising Stardom

Grayson Waller’s audaciousness is not without merit. The SmackDown superstar has been making waves in the WWE universe.

He recently shared the ring with John Cena during a segment at WWE Money in the Bank 2023. Furthermore, Waller’s in-ring debut on SmackDown was against WWE Hall of Famer Edge, a match that saw the Australian put up a commendable fight, despite his defeat.

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The Rock’s Response

The Rock, a WWE legend and Hollywood superstar has yet to respond to Waller’s invitation.

His appearance on The Grayson Waller Effect would undoubtedly be a significant event, given his immense popularity and influence in the wrestling world.

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Jake Skudder
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