Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson’s Reaction To The Undertaker During Rare TV Interview Is Incredible
A humble Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson showed the ultimate respect to WWE icon The Undertaker during a rare TV interview in the mid-2000s.
The Undertaker, real name Mark Calaway, has been with the WWE for three decades and is widely revered as one of the best wrestlers in the company's long-running history.
But the 54-year-old wrestling veteran did very few TV interviews out of character during his full-time stint with the WWE.
However, The Score caught up with the 'Deadman' for a rare interview during his Big Evil persona with the company.
Speaking about the brand extension between Raw and SmackDown at the time, The Undertaker saluted The Rock off-camera before continuing with the interview.
And only moments later The Rock would interrupt the interview with a firm handshake to his fellow future WWE Hall of Famer, bowing his head during the entire moment.
The Rock, who transitioned from WWE to Hollywood during the 2000s, walked away by gesturing his respects to The Undertaker and oozing pure admiration for the 'Phenom.'
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The Undertaker, who was also pleased to see The Rock, turned to the presenter and said: "You see that? The 'Great One' lives."
And WWE fans loved the interaction between the two living legends and the utmost respect The Rock showed to The Undertaker.
"Massive respect and admiration amongst true gentlemen and professionals in their craft," YouTube commenter PeseSamoa75 posted.
While someone else wrote: "The respect that the rock has for the undertaker... wow!"
HellsOnlyBelle also praised The Rock and said: "I love the Rock coming in, not even looking at the camera and bowing to Taker."
A fourth added: "Rock showing respect to a legend just f****n awesome. He even bowed his head."
The Undertaker admitted near the end of 2019 that his polarising American Bad A*s persona 'saved' his WWE career.
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