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The Rock might be best known for his contribution to wrestling and acting, yes yes you think they're the same that doesn't make you a genius you don't have to tell us, but his singing skills are often overlooked.
During the Attitude Era in the WWE, the era that most look fondly at and think 'why can't it still be like that' despite the fact lots of it was terrible, The Rock was the man.
Whether it was feuding with Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Vince McMahon or The Undertaker there wasn't a single thing he did that wasn't money.
Even after his heyday he's put on some incredible moments with Hulk Hogan and John Cena in matches and there was the brilliant opener to Wrestlemania with Hogan and Austin.
Whilst the Brahma Bull was best known for his skills talking on the mic one of the most underrated parts of his work in WWE was his singing, especially during his feud with Cena.
On the set of his current show Titan Games the People's Champion found out it was one person's birthday and showed off his brilliant pipes by serenading her on set:
The Rock posted the video on Instagram saying, "Fan luv Happy Birthday Shahira!
1am on set of @nbctitangames and I find out we have a birthday in the house!
Thank you Shahira, for spending your birthday with me and our show.
After I stopped singing, everyone started to shout "It's my birthday too Rock!!" Well shit, I'll sing for everyone then :joy: :microphone:
#OnSet #TitanGames #BirthdayLuv
someone tag this birthday gal if you know her, as we don't allow phones in our Titan Arena."
It's not the first time that Rock has caused a stir on social media this week when he and Stone Cold were reminiscing on social media.
First up Austin retweeted a post by @90sWWE that said: "Icons. @steveaustinBSR @TheRock #goodtimes," along with a picture of the pair toasting beer while in the ring.
The Rock responded with a tweet saying they were the 'best of times'.
He commented: "Best of times. Gimme six stunners and pop that beer open.."
The social media moment has caused a stir, leading to fans of the former wrestling champs to reunite once more in the ring with a lot of people simply tweeting 'One more round?' and some calling for a WresltleMania rematch.
However, it is very unlikely the former rivals will put on their tight pants again and enter the ring for a serious match. According to Ringside News, the publisher and editor of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter - Dave Meltzer - insists that the WWE legends' schedule and fitness would never allow them to sign a long-term deal.
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