The Rock's first song is done to the tune of "Heartbreak Hotel" and makes fun of Paul Heyman's weight/looks/penis size. Rimshot? Before Rock goes into the second song, he points out Dusty Hill from ZZTop who's in the audience and Rock sings a bar of "Sharp Dressed Man". Rock grabs the guitar and asks the ladies how they're doing tonight. They cheer as you can guess. Rock says his favorite curve on a woman is "her smile". He says his next song is dedicated to Vickie Guerrero and asks her to come out so he can sing it to her. Guerrero stands at the entrance stage, arms folded. His second song, sung to the tune of "You Look Wonderful Tonight", and makes fun of Guerrero's looks ("No biatch, you look horrible tonight"). The Houston crowd cheers and the announcers act like a laugh track. Rock continues the song, throwing in shots at how Guerrero wastes everyone's time and dresses like a cheap hooker. Does someone want to take over? I want to smash my face into a wall. Rock gets everyone to sing her off with the "biatch" line.
Rock asks Houston if they're having fun and they cheer. Rock grabs the mic and stands. He calls out CM Punk. Punk and Paul Heyman make their way out sans music. Punk holds the WWE Championship high in the air on the entrance stage. Rock lays down some facts of his own. FACT: no one has been able to stop Punk for 421 days. FACT: Paul Heyman has "twinkie tits", because he's fat and COMEDY. The Houston crowd starts chanting it and seriously anyone want to take over right now? FACT: CM Punk is not God. But as God as Rock's witness, he says that he will beat Punk for the championship in 13 days. Punk hands the belt to Heyman, who raises it in the air. Punk rushes to the ring and a fight breaks out in the ringside area. A bunch of refs come out to separate the two. Punk breaks free of the refs and jumps Rock once more. Refs separate them once again but Punk and Rock easily escape and brawl some more. Finally some distance is placed between the two, as Punk jaws at Rock and we fade out.
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