Former teammate of Bray Wyatt reacts on his 6-second loss against The Rock at Wrestlemania 32

WWE News: The 6ft.8inch tall Erick Rowan last performed in WWE against Drew McIntyre on RAW. However, Erick Rowan was later released from the WWE roster in April during the company’s COVID-19 budget cuts. He had some intense rivals while he was the part of Wyatt family in WWE.

In a recent interview with Sportkeeda, Rowan recalled his impromptu Wrestlemania 32 match against The Rock where he faced a monumental upset when he loses in just 6 seconds.

Erick Rowan also spoke about why he denied working the Wyatt Swamp Fight, the original plan for the spider in his cage, and who was meant to be Roman Reigns attacker.

During an interview, Erick Redbeard also spoke about the time he had a short match against The Rock at WrestleMania 32.

“We usually used to leave on Monday or Tuesday after SmackDown taping, which is Friday now. We usually leave the taping and go to whatever town we have the signings and Access appearances. I think it was in Dallas. We were there and we went from not having a match at the event to being called and told that ‘oh hey, you know, you’re probably going to have a quick little thing with The Rock and it’s going to turn into a match between you and him.’ I was like oh sweet. And then it was going to be this and I went ‘oh ok, oh well.’ You go from not having anything to do on the show to have a thing with The Rock in front of. You can’t be upset that it’s The Rock and it’s in front of a hundred thousand people there. That itself was an experience. Even though you didn’t get to do what you wanted to do, it’s still an experience and I’m ever grateful for that experience.”