The Rock offered an “open invitation” to appear on The Grayson Waller Effect

As previously noted, The Rock issued a public response to being mocked by WWE star Grayson Waller. During the July 14th 2023 edition of Smackdown, Waller cut a backstage promo and called out The Rock.

While speaking to Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour, Waller said the following…

“SummerSlam is always a big show. All of a sudden, people start seeing what I can do for these legends. Grayson Waller is on the WWE Legend Rehabilitation Program right now. If you’re a WWE legend, it’s hard, Twitter, Instagram, you don’t know how to go on socials. Come and talk to me, I’ll make you relevant again. You saw me do that with John Cena. You saw me do it with Edge. [Rock] is out of work right now. He’s unemployed, correct? Actors are on strike. Technically, he’s unemployed and needs some work. Who better to help The Rock than Grayson Waller? I just sent out a video. I didn’t even tag him. People think I was clout chasing, I didn’t even tag him. All of a sudden, he’s coming back with the same insults he’s been using for 15 years. I remember when I was 15 and thought you were funny, that was cool. It’s an open invitation for the Grayson Waller Effect. If he wants to come on the show. His daughter is in a cult right now in NXT. His family is in shambles on the main show. He seems to be worried about Grayson Waller. We have to do something about it. There are so many legends in town for SummerSlam. I heard Undertaker might be in town. I heard whispers about Steve Austin. I’m hearing all these names thrown around, and for some reason, they all want to find me. If there is a legend in town that wants to talk to Grayson Waller, I’m open to it. It’s not up to me, it’s up to The Rock. He can make any claims about a busy schedule, but I know he doesn’t have a busy schedule now. You wake up at 4 AM to work out, you’re done by about 6 AM, you have a whole day free. I’m open. He can say whatever he wants to me, it would be a lot of fun. We’ll see if Dwayne has anything to say.” (quote courtesy of Jeremy Lambert)