Here are some unique records which The Rock has scriptedLast updated on Jun 01, 2019, 02:21 pm
The Rock is one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. And, being a Hall of Famer certainly proves his worth.
From the charismatic promo and catchy catchphrases to multiple championship wins, The Rock did it all in WWE.
In the process, he also scripted certain unique records in WWE, as we take a look at a few of them.
The three-second man
A unique three-second pinfall win
Perfect timing is what matters the most in WWE, and The Rock has scripted one perfect win.
During the 1998 Survivor Series, Triple H was replaced by the Big Boss Man for the Championship.
As soon as he entered the ring, The Rock rolled him up for an immediate pinfall win within three seconds.
This record can be equaled, but might never get broken.
Mr. WrestleMania 2.0?
He also holds the record of fastest WrestleMania win
The Rock is one such wrestler who is never satisfied with any record and wants more accolades.
He even has a unique record at the grandest stage of all, WrestleMania.
During WrestleMania 32 (2016), The Rock scripted the quickest WrestleMania win, in just six seconds, in front of a record attendance of 1,10,763.
He went on to beat Eric Rowan in an impromptu match.
The least number of title defenses in 70 days
This one is an unwanted record for The Rock.
If one remembers, his last championship run in WWE was back in 2013, when he beat CM Punk for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania.
Following that, he held the title for 70 days, only defending it twice in two pay-per-views.
As a result, he scripted this record of the least title defenses within 70 days.
The seventh longest WWE champion
While The Rock has won the World Championship on ten different occasions, he is an eight-time WWF/WWE champion.
Overall, he has held the WWE Championship for around 367 days, which is only the seventh-longest among the current WWE superstars.
He is on the 15th spot, taking all the champions and their reign into consideration to date.
NOTE: He never won the World Heavyweight Championship