Okay, so the modifier in that headline isn’t really necessary. At this point, Dwayne Johnson has probably been acting long enough that it’s sort of silly to keep referring to him by his old ringside name. After all, SNL itself made the switch years ago.
In 2000, when Johnson first hosted Saturday Night Live, he was at the height of his professional wrestling career. So naturally, he was credited as The Rock—and his maiden hosting voyage incorporated lots of WWF-inspired material, including cameos from pile-driving pals Mick Foley, Vince McMahon, Tr...
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