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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s hosting stint on Saturday Night Live (SNL) on March 18th, 2000, marked the beginning of several appearances on the iconic comedy show, showcasing not only his charismatic personality but also his impressive comedic timing. The Rock’s hosting performances on SNL have received widespread acclaim, with memorable sketches leaving a lasting impression. However, amidst the positive reception, one particular segment has resurfaced, drawing attention due to its controversial nature, and wrestler Val Venis has been vocal about it.



Val Venis, known for his outspoken opinions, particularly regarding the circumstances surrounding Bray Wyatt’s passing, has not held back in expressing his views. Venis has previously criticized The Rock for his wrestling abilities, accusing him of “selling his soul to the Devil.” These critiques have extended to include references to Oprah in his online rants.

The controversy surrounding The Rock’s SNL appearance gained renewed attention when Val Venis initiated a poll on social media. The poll posed a straightforward question without providing context: “Was the SNL skit with #TheRock creating a child molesting robot funny or not funny????” The poll results, as of the latest update, indicate that the majority find the sketch “Not Funny,” surpassing the “Funny” response. Notably, The Rock has not publicly responded to this poll.

For those curious about the controversial sketch, it remains available on the official SNL YouTube page, amassing 13 million views since its upload six years ago. The video’s description provides context, stating, “One mad scientist (Dwayne Johnson) goes farther than the others (Kyle Mooney, Sasheer Zamata, Beck Bennett) to win a contest for the most evil invention.” Val Venis’s social media post has brought renewed attention to this specific sketch, leaving uncertainty about its continued presence online.


Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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