The Rock Turns Down Randy Orton's Offer For a Fight at WrestleMania 36 in His Reply to The Viper's Tweet
The Rock & Randy Orton (Photo Credits: Facebook & Instagram)

WWE fans were super excited to see The Rock appear on SmackDown Premiere episode on Fox which took place on Oct 4, 2019, at The Staples Center Arena in Los Angeles. The excitement was not limited to fans but even to wrestlers, as they usually find ways to get a push through these legendary stars. Randy Orton tweeted ahead of The Rock's arrival at SmackDown where he wanted to discuss with him about their match at WrestleMania 36 in Tampa, Florida. However, unfortunately, The Rock in his reply to the tweet of The Viper indicated that he is no mood for a fight again in the ring and turned down Randy Orton's offer for a match at WrestleMania 36. The Viper also had the plan for the storyline, where they will discuss who is the best 3rd generation superstar and will decide this by getting into a match at WrestleMania 36. WWE Hell in a Cell 2019 Results and Highlights: Seth Rollins Still The Universal Champion, The Fiend Has the Last Laugh (View Pics & Videos)

The Rock in his reply even took reference to the beating he suffered by The Evolution at WrestleMania 20, from which his body is still recovering. The Rock was last time seen in a famous rivalry with John Cena where they both collided in a match against at WrestleMania 32. On this past episode of SmackDown, we saw The Rock in Becky Lynch segment where they both took down Baron Corbin. The Rock is most likely not to be seen in a fight soon as he has signed up various movies and doesn't want to risk his body by getting injured.  Now let us see the twitter communication between two superstars of WWE. WWE SmackDown Premiere on Fox Oct 4, 2019 Results and Highlights: Brock Lesnar Defeats Kofi Kingston, But Beast Incarnate Attacked by Former MMA Rival Cain Velasquez (Watch Videos)

Randy Orton's Offer to The Rock 

The Rock's Reply To The Viper 

The Rock's Latest Appearance at WWE SmackDown Premiere Episode 

Meanwhile, we saw Randy Orton in a match with Ali at Hell in a Cell 2019, which The Viper won comfortably. Orton will also soon be seen heading Team Flair which will lock horns with Team Hogan under the captaincy of Seth Rollins.