Before Dwayne Johnson became the highest-paid movie star in the industry, he was known to WWE fans all over the world as "The Rock," a man capable of electrifying the world of sports entertainment like no other.
As host of "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, Johnson got back to his wrestling roots — well, sort of. In a WWE-themed sketch, Johnson starred opposite cast member Bobby Moynihan as wrestlers Koko WatchOut (a play on WWE Hall of Famer Koko B. Ware) and Trashyard Mutt (based on WWE Hall of Famer Junkyard Dog), respectively.
WatchOut and Mutt were supposed to trade insults as part of a simple 30-second promo. But WatchOut took things too far, attacking Mutt's fertility, marriage and Katy Perry fandom, among other things. It's safe to say Mutt was expecting the comments to be more generic in nature.
WatchOut is just lucky he wasn't saying all this to Stone Cold Steve Austin, or a few Stunners would have been served quickly.