Rock and Heyman duel on WWE's rookie of the year, names added to MSG special
- A recent post by WWE’s Kyle Edwards “This Week In WWE History”, led to an exchange between two of the greatest talkers in pro-wrestling, The Rock and Paul Heyman.
The video clip that was posted looked back at Brock Lesnar’s win over The Rock at SummerSlam 2002. They asked who was the best rookie of the year in WWE history. It gave way for a twitter exchange between ‘The Great One’ and the advocate of ‘The Beast’.
Rock said that the best rookie years were Jimmy Snuka in 1982 and Brock Lesnar, who he put over. Heyman replied in his trademark fashion by putting over his client as the best and no other. Below are the tweets:
- The Madison Square Garden live special of the WWE, that already has Brock Lesnar and Chris Jericho lined up has seen the addition of a few other big names. WWE has added The Dudley Boys to the October 13, MSG live event.
It makes it a stacked card with a lot of star power with three big names working the event.