The WWE Universe has made its strong sentiments abundantly clear once again, as a graphic featuring The Rock on screen drew boos. This weekend, during a house show in Knoxville, The Rock faced a similar reception when WWE aired the segment on the big screen, prompting a chorus of boos from the crowd. WWE Universe has vehemently expressed their displeasure over The Great One stepping into Cody Rhodes’ spot in the main event of WrestleMania 40.
On the latest episode of SmackDown, Cody Rhodes declared that he wouldn’t be facing Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 40. It appears that fans are not ready to move on just yet. During tonight’s WWE NXT Vengeance Day premium live event, while commentary was discussing upcoming events, including a significant one for Thursday, the crowd made their feelings clear.
WWE has announced a WrestleMania 40 Kickoff event in Las Vegas on February 8, following the stare-off between The Rock and the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns on Friday’s SmackDown. As the reminder of the event appeared on screen during tonight’s NXT Vengeance Day, the crowd voiced their dissent with boos.
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The WWE Universe also booed The Rock’s daughter, Ava Raine, on tonight’s show when she appeared in a backstage segment. The fans are expressing dissatisfaction with The Rock potentially replacing Cody Rhodes in the main event against Reigns at WrestleMania.
Logan Paul backs Cody Rhodes over The Rock replacement
WWE Universe strongly backs Cody Rhodes, with WWE Superstar Logan Paul also lending his support. Following Rhodes’s decision to relinquish his WrestleMania spot to The Rock. Fans continue to express their discontent on social media platforms. Fans also started the #WeWantCody hashtag to voice their dissatisfaction with The Rock.
The WWE Universe has made it abundantly clear that they oppose The Rock headlining WrestleMania. Logan Paul has now tweeted his support for The American Nightmare.
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Interestingly, Paul previously disclosed a fallout with The Rock over the controversial incident in Japan. He recently discussed the fallout on his podcast with John Cena.