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Can You Smell What Dwane is Cookin?

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Since Dwane...sorry I just can't call him "The Rock" anymore, he lost that right 7 years ago. It was just weeks ago when Dwane returned to the WWE, as the special host for WrestleMania 27. But what really took me by surprise was that he told the fans, that he was not there to make money, not there to promote a film, or any other financial gain. He simply said that he was "back", and implied in more ways than one that he was not leaving any time soon....YEAH RIGHT!!!

If anyone bought that load of crap I got a bridge to sell you. Dwane is here until WrestleMania, and then he's heading back off to Hollywood. If I can quote The Miz "The Rock's days are over...and they have been for quite some time.". As much as I hate the Miz, those words are 100% true.

I watched Dwane's response to Cena on the 2/28 RAW. He rambled on about how his daddy wrestled for the company, his grand-daddy and how he inducted them both. BLAH BLAH BLAH! Personally I think Charlie Brown's teacher could have done a better promo at this point. Nothing he had to say moved me. If the WWE's blood ran through his veins as he said, he wouldn't have left for 7 years. True he accomplished all his goals, but many other stars did as well, and they have stayed as well. As far as him going to Hollywood to open the doors for other wrestlers...he wasn't the first wrestler to do that. Hulk Hogan was the first, and please I don't want to hear any haters saying Hogan's movies suck..yes I know they do...but Dwane's movies sucks just as badly for the most part. Nonetheless I Think Dwane took way too much credit than he deserved.

If Dwane truly had meant anything he had to say, he would have been in the center of the ring to say it, not in his house where he could tape it. The simple fact is since his "legendary return" (and I use that term loosely at this point) over two weeks ago, Dwane has only set foot in the WWE only once. That little Titon-tron promo doesn't cut it with me!

The simple fact is Dwane is nothing more than a celebrity at this point, using his past WWE perks to get a payday, nothing more! It's gonna take alot more than him to come into the ring, sling some old catch phrases, with a new t-shirt to get me to see him a WWE wrestler again.

Would I like to see Dwane come back full time? Yes I would. I truly loved "The Rock", I just don't think he wants it anymore. I think he comes back for a quick paycheck, and an ego boost, then leaves. Anybody who thinks otherwise, your not gullible, your not even a tool, your just a sheep following the herd.
-Rick Starr www.thewrestlegamershow.com

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Updated 03-02-2011 at 01:27 AM by Rick Starr

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  1. The Red Ryda's Avatar
    PREECH! LOL
  2. Gangrel's Avatar
    1)It's Dwayne, sorry little grammer (espicially misspelled names) drives me crazy.
    2)I agree with you 100%
  3. hiphopjunkie's Avatar
    Lol y'all are treating this like a relationship. like hes your dad that left when you were kids and now is back( no offense to anyone, just a metaphor). he went on to do other things. hes always wanted to be in movies. people can have two passions in life. i hated to see the rock go but i love that hes back for wrestlemania. just treat it as a reunion tour...
  4. Rick Starr's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by hiphopjunkie
    Lol y'all are treating this like a relationship. like hes your dad that left when you were kids and now is back( no offense to anyone, just a metaphor). he went on to do other things. hes always wanted to be in movies. people can have two passions in life. i hated to see the rock go but i love that hes back for wrestlemania. just treat it as a reunion tour...
    I am treating it like a reunion tour. What I don't want is Dwayne to keep sugar-coating the situation, and saying that he will "never leave" and that he's "back". Because he's not. That's my beef, with the Rock.
  5. TakerMania's Avatar
    Wow what a lame ass blog

    Go kill your self please
  6. gokhanx99's Avatar
    Realy u think those lame ass movies hogan did paved the way. REALY? the fact is cena should be thanking him and the rest whohavebeen in movies in the last 5 years. And that my friend is true.
  7. Rick Starr's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by gokhanx99
    Realy u think those lame ass movies hogan did paved the way. REALY? the fact is cena should be thanking him and the rest whohavebeen in movies in the last 5 years. And that my friend is true.
    I won't disagreee with you that Cena had some great movies (although the I thought The Marine sucked ass). But the qualities the movies are really irrelevant, I was just pointing out that Dwayne did not head to Hollywood first. Hogan was first...or at least one of them.

    If we really want to say who went from wrestling to the big screen first , it's Jesse "The Body" Ventura! Granted he never played a lead role, but he always played a good role, that stood out in great movies! Movies like Predator, The Running Man, and The Demolition Man.

    Now Ventura was no great wrestler, and his time as a wrestler had long since passed. But my point still stands is that Dwayne did not deserve to take all the credit the he alone had opened opportunities for the WWE last Monday. That's all I was saying.
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