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Rob Gronkowski officially made his WWE debut, and it was textbook Gronk

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Longtime New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski officially made his WWE debut on Friday night, and his introduction was exactly what you’d expect.

Gronkowski burst out into an empty arena at WWE “SmackDown” — which was held without fans due to the COVID-19 pandemic — and had so much energy. The future Hall of Famer started dancing his way down the ramp and had a bit of fun outside the ring before stepping in with Mojo Rawley.

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Naturally, fans had plenty to say on social media.

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Say what you will about Gronkowski, but the fact that he was that hyped in a room with just a handful of people is impressive. He seems to be the perfect fit for the WWE, and will undoubtedly mesh right in when the sports world gets back to normal.

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