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The Rock came through on his promise of a record breaking, history making night at WrestleMania 32

Late last year, when The Rock announced he would be appearing at WrestleMania 32 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, he made some big promises, namely that WWE would break the attendance record and he would make history.

He came through on that promise:

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Only one thing to say to 101,000+ screaming fans after I set an ALL TIME #WrestleMania record for fastest pin ever - beating my opponent in 6 seconds

IM MAKING PAAAAAAANCAKES FOR EVERYONE UP IN THIS B*TCH!

Ok, well I didn't yell anything quite that eloquent and classy, but this historic night, I'll remember for the rest of my life. Setting an all time record was so damn cool, but the one of a kind connection with the fans will always be where it's at. Period. Thank you. Grateful.

#GreatestFansInTheWorld #PeoplesChamp4L

We thought he was hyping his appearance a little too much even then, and it turns out he was. His history making night was breaking the record for the fastest pin ever at a WrestleMania when he beat Erick Rowan of The Wyatt Family in just six seconds.

"Next level shit," as he called it back then.

Indeed.