Grayson Waller was a guest on the Cheap Heat podcast where he discussed interesting topics. One of the topics was The Rock's return as well as how Austin Theory was doing on the microphone. “I don’t know if The Rock is ready for the Waller Effect.
He’s been away for a while. I’m already helping out John Cena. I’ve got a lot that I’m carrying. My back is sore from carrying these legends. Rock is a big boy, that’s a lot to carry. I was backstage. I went to get my chapstick from the car, I go to my car, come back, and all of a sudden people are like, ‘Did you know the Rock was here?’ ‘What are you talking about? The Rock wasn’t here.’ Turns out, he was.
I ran through the venue. I checked every door, every room. That brother, as soon as he found out that I was coming back, he got on his tour bus, him and Pat McAfee went back to hang with Deion Sanders. "- he said, as quoted by pwmania.com!
Waller talks about The Rock and Theory
Waller has a lot of respect for The Rock, as well as Theory, who he thinks does a great job on the mic. "Rock didn’t want to bar with Grayson. Let’s be real. I think Theory put it on him.
That was the best Theory has performed on the microphone. At the moment, it’s the cool thing to say bad things about Austin Theory. He’s good looking, he’s young, talented, has had so many more opportunities.
If your mom or sister saw him in person, they’re going home with him. I’d be jealous too. He put it on The Rock. Watching it back later, I was very impressed with what Theory did. The Rock is the GOAT on the mic, on the mic, careful John, for a reason.
Even now, he’s been away for so long, the control he has over that audience is different. I can appreciate that. He’s on a different level”.
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