The Rock reflects.
The Rock's return to WWE this past Friday on SmackDown produced big numbers for the Fox debut. The Rock's segment with Becky Lynch and King Corbin was the highest rated segment of the night, drawing 4.2 million viewers.
Taking to Instagram, Rock made a series of posts reflecting on his experience at SmackDown on Fox.
There’s no place like home. Proud of my 3rd generation wrestling roots. Grateful for my electric, wild and goose bumpy connection with the people. And I don’t goose easy -- Love you my @wwe universe family. My honor to forever be the one and only, People’s Champion. #historymade #smackdown #fox #peopleschamp--
This Rock Bottom crash landing is gonna knock the hell outta ya, but it’s just pain. Eventually, it goes away -- Huge thank you to this stud @baroncorbinwwe. Thanks for the action and letting me throw around all 6’8 300lbs of you. You gotta lot of talent and potential as we discussed. Keep working hard to hone your craft, always entertain the fans and when it’s time to be a bad MF’er. Be a bad MF’er. And tell @wwe props to always make sure you have more than one crown ---- #peopleschamp #kingcorbin #smackdown #rockbottom #paneraitime
The People’s Champ and The Man of the People. Big shout to my dance partner and the man, herself @beckylynchwwe for takin’ care of business with me and delivering Smackdown’s highest rated segment of the entire show. You need me, you know how to find me. I’ll do the same. ------------ Onward and see ya down the road. #chemistry
It is unknown when The Rock will return to WWE television. Randy Orton was angling for a WrestleMania 36 match against Rock, but The Great One turned him down. You can view the full exchange between Rock and Orton by clicking here.