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Whenever an iconic moment happens in sports or pop culture, it automatically becomes even better with WWE commentary.
And thankfully, someone decided to edit Jim Ross' dulcet tones over the Will Smith and Chris Rock altercation at the Oscars on Sunday night.
At the event in Hollywood, Rock was presenting the gong for 'Best Documentary'.
But during a piece he did, the comedian made a G.I Jane joke about Smith's wife Jada, who suffers from alopecia and hair loss.
Although he initially appeared to see the funny side, Smith got up on stage and slapped Rock in a shocking moment.
After he sat down, the Fresh Prince star told Rock to "keep my wife's name out of your f***ing mouth".
The memes arrived immediately and it didn't take long for the WWE dubbing to ensue.
Will Smith hitting Chris Rock remixed with WWE's Jim Ross 😂 pic.twitter.com/CTUHBGnmbb— Benstonium (@Benstonium) March 28, 2022
As Rock makes the joke, we hear the legendary Ross pipe up, "Mah gawd, we said this one wasn't going to be for the weak of heart & it is not!"
Then, when Smith gets up, the glass shatters and Stone Cold Steve Austin's music plays - with Ross screaming, "That's Austin! Stone Cold!" as he did so many times during wrestling's glory days.
To finish, there's even a sensational 'WWE moments ago" slow motion replay effect used to make it that much more legitimate.
Ross finishes with the line, "Mah gawd this has just gone too far! He's gotta have internal injuries right here!".
The whole thing fits perfectly and we have to commend the genius who put it together.
WrestleMania, WWE's biggest event of the year, is just around the corner and surely it's only right that we see Smith vs Rock on the grandest stage of them all?
Plenty of mock-up posters have already been made, so we're just waiting for Vince McMahon to make the official announcement now.
He may face some competition, however. UFC president Dana White has already praised Rock's chin for taking the slap, while Jake Paul has offered the pair $15 million each to fight on the undercard of his next bout in August.
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