Dwayne Johnson’s full name was Dwayne Douglas Johnson; he was an American footballer, actor, and semi retired professional wrestler, best known for his role as Ralphie in 1983 movie A Christmas Story and as Messy Marvin in the Hershey’s chocolate syrup advertisement in the year 1970. As a wrestler his ring name is Rock. We believe our reader must have some idea about him when we talk about Rock. With the name Rock he is well-known figure in the field of wrestling.
Dwayne Johnson was born on May 2, 1972 at Hayward, California, USA. He is famous as a Rock, Brahma bull, and the great one. He was the son of Ata Johnson who was also a good wrestler. His height is 6’-4”. His maternal grandmother Peter Maivia had also been in the wrestling field. His father was of Black Nova Scotian Canadian national, and his mother was of Samoan heritage. He used to live in Auckland, with his maternal’s family. He had attended Richmond Road Primary High School, prior to coming back to the United States with his parents.
Dwayne Johnson got the scholarship to the University of Miami to study criminology, Dwayne Johnson had also played football and in 1991 he was a part of the Miami Hurricanes’ National Championship team. An injury compelled him to retire a bit earlier and despite initially enjoying the party life when he arrived, he met his future wife Dany Garcia – also attending the university. The two got married in 1997. Johnson had played football as a college football player for the University of Miami, and he won a national championship some time back in the year 1991 Miami Hurricanes football team. He later on also played for the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League, and two month was cut off from the 1995 season.
Basically most of member of his family either it is from his mother or father side remained associated with wrestling. He had also to opt for wrestling and became professional wrestling in line with his other family member. He was considered to be the first third-generation wrestler in the company’s history. He had returned to wrestling as a part-timer for WWE from 2011 to 2013.