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The Rock took to his Instagram account and posted a number of backstage pictures from his current go to to RAW. Within the photograph he posted with Samoa Joe, he referred to Samoa Joe as a future WWE World Champion. He wrote the next:

“Been following this man’s wrestling profession for years now. I’m very blissful to see him (lastly) within the WWE making a worldwide identify for himself. Many wrestling and battle historians will attest to this, that at one time in 1970’s, professional wrestlers had been among the largest and hardest males on the planet. Nicely earlier than UFC and MMA made its worldwide footprint, there was a tough core wrestling type derived from “Catch wrestling” which then spawned a number of shoot types in wrestling coaching. Samoa Joe jogs my memory of that uncommon legit robust MF throwback type of wrestler. Completely happy for him and his household. It’s his time. He’s earned it and someday we’ll be referring to him as WWE World Champ. Maintain kickin’ ass Uso. #SamoaJoe #FutureChamp #Backstage #RAW”

Been following this man's wrestling career for years now. I'm very happy to see him (finally) in the WWE making a global name for himself. Many wrestling and fight historians will attest to this, that at one time in 1970's, pro wrestlers were some of the biggest and toughest men on the planet. Well before UFC and MMA made its worldwide footprint, there was a hard core wrestling style derived from "Catch wrestling" which then spawned lots of shoot styles in wrestling training. Samoa Joe reminds me of that rare legit tough MF throwback style of wrestler. Happy for him and his family. It's his time. He's earned it and one day we'll be referring to him as WWE World Champ. Keep kickin' ass Uso. #SamoaJoe #FutureChamp #Backstage #RAW

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Listed below are different backstage pictures he shared:

Great shot captured on the low by our @sevenbucksprod producer @hhgarcia41. An hour before she performs LIVE on RAW, my cousin @niajaxwwe stopped by my dressing room so she can rehearse her match and promo to me before she goes out there. Always fun to "take the creative scalpel" and fine tune everything moments before the show. She's doing an outstanding job considering she's still just getting started in the WWE. We don't talk about greatness right now. We just concentrate on putting in the hard work to get better every day, never getting dragged down in backstage politics and most important – making progress. Progress is all we want. Greatness will come. It's scary (and a marketers dream) to think how physically and mentally dominant she can become in the WWE's Women's Division. Rare qualities. No rush. We got time. #Progress #Family #NiaJax #Showtime #RAW

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