WWE News: The Rock on WWE writers during the Attitude Era
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What’s the story?
The Rock has taken to social media, addressing the WWE writers who helped the People’s Champion during his professional wrestling heyday.
Reacting to his inclusion in a Christmas video playlist on Twitter, The Rock praised former WWE writers Brian Gewirtz and Hiram Garcia for helping him come up with great content for his character—
In case you didn’t know…
Brian Gewirtz is a former longtime WWE writer who worked for the company during The Rock’s time at the top of the pro-wrestling world—the Attitude Era in particular.
On the other hand, Hiram Garcia who served as part of the Brahma Bull’s writing team on the WWE has also worked extensively for the sports-entertainment company over the years.
The heart of the matter
The Rock was tagged in a Christmas video playlist on social media and reverted back to the same; asserting that it was he who had the most fun back then.
Additionally, Rocky emphasized that he and his writing team would come up with a variety of stuff all with one goal in mind—that being to take the fans on the most entertaining ride they’ve ever been on in pro-wrestling.
Furthermore, The Rock continued that he’s forever grateful for such a great connection and level of fun; tagging Brian Gewirtz and Hiram Garcia in his response.
Brian Gewirtz and Hiram Garcia presently serve as part of The Rock’s ‘Seven Bucks Productions’ company and have served in multiple of the Jabroni Beater’s Hollywood projects including Furious Seven, San Andreas, and Baywatch to name a few.
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Despite achieving the greatest heights of success, The Rock remains as humble as ever.
Gewirtz and Garcia truly were excellent writers in the WWE, and continue to successfully collaborate with Rocky in Hollywood. It’s awesome to see the former WWE Champion give credit where it’s due. Never change, Rocky.