Dwayne Johnson

May 2, 1972

Dwayne Douglas Johnson(born May 2, 1972), also known by his ring nameThe Rock, is an American-Canadian actor, producer and professional wrestler .Johnson was a college football player for the University of Miami , winning a national championship on the 1991 Miami Hurricanes football team . He later played for the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League , and was cut two months into the 1995 season. This led him to become a professional wrestler like his grandfather, Peter Maivia , and his father, Rocky Johnson (from whom he also inherited his Canadian citizenship).Originally billed as "Rocky Maivia", he gained mainstream fame in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF/E) from 1996 to 2004, and was the first third-generation wrestler in the company's history. He returned to wrestling part-time for WWE from 2011 to 2013.Johnson is widely considered one of the all-time greatest professional wrestlers.Headlining numerous pay-per-views over his career and one of the top box office draws of all time, he headlined five WrestleManias ( XV , 2000 , X-Seven , XXVIII , and XXIX ). He has had seventeen championship reigns in WWE, including ten as a world champion , winning the WWF/E Championship eight times and the WCW/World Championship twice. He won the WWF Intercontinental Championship twice and the WWF Tag Team Championship five times. He is the sixth WWF/E Triple Crown Champion , and won the 2000 Royal Rumble .Johnson's autobiographyThe Rock Says...(co-written with Joe Layden) was published in 2000. It debuted at No. 1 onThe New York TimesBest Seller list and remained on the list for several weeks.Johnson's first leading film role was inThe Scorpion Kingin 2002. For this role, he was paid US $5.5 million, a world record for an actor in his first starring role.He has since appeared in several films, includingThe Rundown,Be Cool,Walking Tall,Gridiron Gang,The Game Plan,Get Smart,Race to Witch Mountain,Planet 51,Tooth Fairy,Doom,The Other Guys,Faster,Fast Five, andFast & Furious 6. He has hosted and producedThe Hero, a reality competition series.

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 Dwayne Johnson's Early_life

Johnson briefly lived in Auckland , New Zealand , with his mother's family.He attended Richmond Road Primary School, before returning to the United States with his parents.

On April 17, 2009, changes to Canadian nationality law came into effect, making all people born in the first generation abroad after 1947 to Canadian-born parents automatically (and retroactively to date of birth) Canadian citizens.Johnson, through his father, thus gained Canadian citizenship.

While attending Miami, Johnson met his future wife, Dany Garcia, who graduated from the university in 1992 and later became a member of its Board of Trustees.She also founded a Miami-based wealth management firm. In 2006, the couple donated $2 million to build a living room at the University's Newman Alumni Center.

On November 10, 2007, Johnson returned to the Miami Orange Bowl to participate in the festivities surrounding the University of Miami's last home football game at the stadium.

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 Dwayne Johnson's Professional_wrestling_career

§Training (1995–1996)

and lost the other matches to Chris Candido and Owen Hart .After wrestling at Jerry Lawler 's United States Wrestling Association , as "Flex Kavana",and winning the USWA World Tag Team Championship twice with Bart Sawyer in the summer of 1996, Johnson signed a WWF contract. He received additional training from Tom Prichard , alongside Achim Albrecht and Mark Henry .

§World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment

§Rocky Maivia (1996–1997)

Maivia successfully defended the title at In Your House 12: It's Time against Salvatore Sincere , at In Your House 13: Final Four against Hunter Hearst Helmsley and at WrestleMania 13 against The Sultan . He defeated Bret Hart by disqualification in a title defense on the March 31 episode ofRaw.On April 20, at In Your House 14: Revenge of the 'Taker , he lost to Savio Vega by countout, retaining the title for the final time. Though pushed as a face, audiences generally disliked Maivia. Chants of "Die, Rocky, die!" and "Rocky sucks!" were common during his matches.

§The Nation of Domination (1997–1998)

Main article: The Nation of Domination

Maivia returned as a heel . Along with Faarooq , D'Lo Brown , and Kama , he formed a stable called The Nation of Domination.During this time, he refused to acknowledge the "Rocky Maivia" name, instead referring to himself in the third person as "The Rock". He insulted the audience in his promos , as well as WWF television interviewers, once calling Kevin Kelly an "ugly hermaphrodite".

The Rock feuded with Austin and Ken Shamrock through the end of 1997 and beginning of 1998.In March 1998, The Rock overthrew Faarooq as leader of The Nation of Domination, sparking a feud. He successfully defended the Intercontinental title against Faarooq at Over the Edge: In Your House on May 31, 1998.

At Breakdown: In Your House , The Rock defeated Ken Shamrock and Mankind in a triple threat steel cage match to become the number one contender for the WWF Championship . He then feuded with fellow Nation member Mark Henry , effectively breaking up the stable.

§The Corporation (1998–1999)

Main article: The Corporation
As part of The Corporation , The Rock feuded with Stone Cold Steve Austin and stole Austin's personalized WWF Championship , the Smoking Skull belt.

(an episode ofSunday Night Heataired in the same timeslot as the Super Bowl XXXIII halftime show ) on January 31, Mankind pinned The Rock using a forklift truck in an empty arena match .The two faced off again, at St. Valentine's Day Massacre: In Your House , in a last man standing match. The bout ended in a draw, meaning Mankind retained the title. Their feud ended on the February 15Raw is War, when The Rock won his third WWF Championship in a ladder match after Big Show chokeslammed Mankind off the ladder.

He lost a number one contender's match to Triple H at Fully Loaded , after interference from Mr. Ass .This sparked a feud with Mr. Ass, culminating in a "Kiss My Ass" match at SummerSlam , which The Rock won.

§The Rock 'n' Sock Connection and WWF Championship feuds (1999–2001)

Main article: The Rock 'n' Sock Connection

Raw is Warcalled "This Is Your Life" (based on the TV show ), in which Mankind produced people from The Rock's past, such as his high school girlfriend and his high school football coach. The segment earned an 8.4 Nielsen rating , one of the highest ratings ever for aRawsegment.

The Rock's popularity was fueled by his charisma and speaking abilities, which led to many catchphrases and merchandising opportunities.

Each wrestler had a McMahon in his corner; Triple H had his wife, Stephanie , Foley had Linda , The Rock had Vince, and Big Show had Shane.Triple H retained the title after Vince betrayed The Rock by hitting him with a chair.

The Rock as WWF Champion in 2000

, The Rock got his revenge, taking out the entire McMahon-Helmsley Faction with The Undertaker's help.He won the WWF Championship for a fifth time at King of the Ring on June 25, by scoring the winning pin in a tag team match, teamed with Kane and The Undertaker against Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon, and Triple H.He successfully defended the championship against Chris Benoit at Fully Loaded , Kurt Angle and Triple H at SummerSlam , and Benoit, Kane, and The Undertaker at Unforgiven .

taping.In 2001, The Rock continued to feud with Angle over the WWF Championship, culminating at No Way Out in February, where he pinned Angle to win the WWF Championship for a sixth time.

Austin and Triple H formed a tag team called The Power Trip ,while The Rock was indefinitely suspended. Johnson used this time off to act in the movieThe Mummy Returns.

§WWE Champion (2001–2002)

Main article: The Invasion
The Rock taunts Rob Van Dam at ringside.

The next night onRaw, he teamed with Jericho to win the WWF World Tag Team Championship from The Dudley Boyz .

He then feuded with the New World Order , after challenging Hollywood Hulk Hogan to a match at WrestleMania X8 . The match was billed as icon versus icon, with both men representing the top tier of two generations of wrestling; ultimately Rock pinned Hogan at WrestleMania X8.After the nWo turned on Hogan for losing the match, The Rock allied with him and then took a short sabbatical from wrestling.

At SummerSlam , after interference from Lesnar's manager, Paul Heyman and the use of a steel chair, Rock lost the WWE Championship to Lesnar along with the record for the youngest WWE Champion, which Rock had set in 1998. Following the loss, The Rock publicly declared that whether or not the crowd booed him he would always be the People's Champion, criticizing the fans in the arena and again taking a sabbatical from wrestling in order to focus on his film career.

Johnson at WWE Axxess in 2002.

§Final storylines and departure (2003–2004)

The next night,Rawwas billed as "The Rock Appreciation Night", in honour of his victory over Austin. That night, he was attacked by a debuting Bill Goldberg . At Backlash , Goldberg defeated The Rock, who then left WWE to focus in his film career.

In 2004, he hosted a pie-eating contest, as part of the WWE Diva Search and ended the segment by giving Jonathan Coachman a spinebuster and a People's Elbow.After this, he stated in several interviews that he was no longer under contract to WWE.He stated that he would continue using the trademarked name "The Rock", per a dual ownership deal between him and WWE.

§Sporadic appearances and departure (2004–2009)

. He correctly predicted that Bobby Lashley would defeat Umaga at WrestleMania 23 in Donald Trump and Vince McMahon's "Battle of the Billionaires" match.On March 29, 2008, The Rock inducted his father, Rocky Johnson , and his grandfather, Peter Maivia , into the WWE Hall of Fame . During his induction speech, he roasted wrestlers John Cena , Santino Marella , Chris Jericho , Mick Foley , Shawn Michaels , and Steve Austin .In September 2009, he appeared at a World Xtreme Wrestling show to support the pro wrestling debut of Sarona Snuka , the daughter of his long-time friend and mentor Jimmy Snuka .On October 2, 2009, the ten-year anniversary ofSmackDown, The Rock cut a promo via pre-recorded video.

§Return to WWE

§Feud with John Cena (2011–2012)

The Rock as host of WrestleMania XXVII

The Rock claimed to love wrestling, having has been born into the business, a claim Cena argued.After numerous appearances via satellite, The Rock appeared live on theRawbefore WrestleMania XXVII to confront Cena, with whom he had been feuding with through Twitter , making fun of Cena's clothing and calling him a "homeless Power Ranger " and " Vanilla Ice ". After he and Cena exchanged insults, The Miz and Alex Riley appeared and attacked The Rock; he fended off Miz and Riley, only for Cena to blindside him with anAttitude Adjustment.

The Rock and John Cena agree to a match at WrestleMania XXVIII , one year in advance.

Raw, Rock hit Cena with theRock Bottom, allowing The Miz to pin him and retain the WWE Championship. After the match, Rock attacked Miz and hit him with thePeople's Elbow.The following night onRaw, Cena challenged The Rock to a match at WrestleMania XXVIII the next year, which Rock accepted. They then worked together to fend off an attack by The Corre , which at the time consisted of Wade Barrett , Heath Slater , Justin Gabriel , and Ezekiel Jackson .The Rock appeared live onRawin his hometown of Miami on May 2, to celebrate his 39th birthday.

The Rock celebrating his victory at WrestleMania XXVIII

On November 14, during the specialRaw Gets Rocked, The Rock appeared live, deliveringRock Bottoms to Mick Foley, who had been hosting a "This Is Your Life"-style segment for Cena, and later both members of Awesome Truth.Despite their rilvary, The Rock and Cena defeated Awesome Truth on November 20 at Survivor Series, when The Rock pinned The Miz with thePeople's Elbow. After the match, The Rock gave Cena aRock Bottom.

People's Elbowon The Rock, he countered with aRock Bottomfor the pin and the win.The following night onRaw, The Rock praised Cena for putting up a good fight, calling their match "an honor". He then vowed to once again become WWE Champion.

§WWE Champion (2012–2013)

, The Rock announced he would face the WWE Champion at the Royal Rumble . During the show, he encountered WWE Champion CM Punk , Daniel Bryan , and John Cena, all of whom expressed a desire to face him. He later saved Cena from an assault by Big Show , only to be laid out by CM Punk.

The Rock revealing his own design for the WWE Championship.

Punk received a title rematch with The Rock at Elimination Chamber , with the added stipulation that if The Rock was disqualified or counted out, he would lose the title, but Rock pinned Punk to retain the championship.The following night onRaw, The Rock unveiled the new WWE Championship during his championship celebration, with an entirely new center plate and his signature Brahma Bull logo on the side plates.The Rock then resumed his rivalry with John Cena, with Cena blaming his personal and professional troubles on his loss to The Rock the previous year.On April 7 at WrestleMania 29 , Rock lost the WWE Championship to Cena, ending his reign at 70 days.Despite being advertised for theRawafter WrestleMania, where it was stated by SmackDown General Manager Booker T that The Rock was still entitled a re-match for the WWE Championship,The Rock did not appear due to a legitimate injury sustained during WrestleMania, in which his abdominal and adductor tendons tore from his pelvis .Johnson underwent surgery on April 23 to reattach the torn tendons.

§Part time appearances (2013–2015)

On the October 6 episode ofRaw, the Rock made a surprise appearance to confront Rusev and Lana ; this resulted in the Rock clearing Rusev from the ring.

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 Dwayne Johnson's Acting_career

Dwayne Johnson during a photo shoot forVanity Fairduring 2001.

.Fellow wrestlers Triple H , The Big Show , and Mick Foley also appeared on the show.Johnson has stated the success of that episode is the reason he began receiving offers from Hollywood studios.Johnson had guest roles onStar Trek: Voyager, as an alien wrestler that uses The Rock's famous moves,and onThat '70s Show, as his father, Rocky Johnson .

He was listed in the 2007Guinness World Recordsas the highest-paid actor in his first starring role, receiving US$5.5 million for this movie.He was considered for the title role in a feature-lengthJohnny Bravofilm, but it was canceled during production.

, and Agent 23 inGet Smart. Johnson presented the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects at the 80th Academy Awards on February 24, 2008.He was nominated for the Favorite Movie Actor award at the 2008 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards for his role inThe Game Plan, but lost out to Johnny Depp inPirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.

episode, "Art Teacher", as part of his stint with The Walt Disney Company . He has made several guest appearances onSaturday Night Live, reviving his character of "The Rock Obama ", a spoof of both President Barack Obama and The Hulk .Also in 2009, Johnson played ex-con cab driver Jack Bruno in Las Vegas inRace To Witch Mountain. He provided the voice of Capt. Charles "Chuck" Baker inPlanet 51. In 2010, Johnson starred in the family comedy,Tooth Fairy. He made an uncredited cameo in the 2010 film,Why Did I Get Married Too?as a psychiatrist who asks out the recently widowed Patricia Agnew ( Janet Jackson ). He briefly appears inThe Other Guys, as an action-seeking detective. He returned to action films with the 2010 filmFaster.

, as Luke Hobbs, a Diplomatic Security Service agent assigned to hunt down the series' protagonists. Johnson landed the role after series star Vin Diesel read comments and feedback from fans, one of whom wanted to see Diesel and Johnson in a movie together. Johnson, a fan of the franchise, had wanted to work with Universal again after they had given him his first film roles.Fast Fivegrossed over $86 million in its opening weekend, the biggest opening for aFast & Furiousfilm, the biggest opening for an April release,and the biggest opening for a Johnson movie.

Johnson at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.

He starred inPain & GainandEmpire Statein 2013. In addition to these films, Johnson hosted and produced the reality competition/game show seriesThe Hero, on TNT .He won the Favorite Male Buttkicker Award at the 2013 Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards on March 23, 2013.In May 2013, it was announced that he will executive produce and star inBallers,an upcoming HBO comedy-drama series about athletes living in Miami .

He is set to host another reality series for TNT in 2014, entitledWake Up Call, which will see him "lending a helping hand to everyday people who are facing enormous challenges in their lives"...alongside guest experts such as Rocco DiSpirito , Jillian Michaels , and Josh Shipp .He will also executive produce and star in the horror filmSeal Team 666,and is set to play Nick Schuyler in the drama filmNot Without Hope.

In September 2014, it was revealed that he will play Black Adam in a film about Shazam , which he will also produce.

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 Dwayne Johnson's Personal_life

Dany Garcia and Johnson at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival .

. It was published in 2000, debuting at No. 1 on The New York Times Best Seller list and remaining on the list for several weeks.

He has two nephews who play football: Kaluka Maiava played at USC and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2009, and his brother, Kai Maiava, currently plays at UCLA .

and gave a speech at the former. Both appearances were part of WWE's non-partisan "Smackdown Your Vote" campaign, which aimed to influence young people to vote.

during his visit there in July 2004.He received a partial Samoan pe'a tattoo in 2003.

On October 2, 2007, he and his ex-wife donated $1 million to the University of Miami to support the renovation of its football facilities; it was noted as the largest donation ever given to the university's athletics department by former students. The University of Miami renamed the Hurricanes' locker room in Johnson's honor.

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 Dwayne Johnson's Filmography

Fast Fivecast (from left to right: Dwayne Johnson,Ludacris,Jordana Brewster,Vin Diesel, andPaul Walker) in Rio de Janeiro.

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 Dwayne Johnson's Discography

 Dwayne Johnson's Awards_and_nominations

YearAssociationCategoryWorkResult
2001 Teen Choice Awards Film – Choice Sleazebag The Mummy ReturnsWon
2002 Teen Choice Awards Film – Choice Actor, Drama/Action Adventure The Scorpion KingNominated
2003 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Male Butt Kicker The Scorpion KingNominated
2004 MTV Movie Awards Best Fight The RundownNominated
2004 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor – Drama/Action Adventure Walking TallNominated
2005 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Rockstar Moment Be CoolNominated
2006 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Bloodiest Beatdown DoomNominated
2006 Razzie Awards Worst actor DoomNominated
2006 People's Choice AwardsFavorite Male Action StarNominated
2008 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Male Movie Star The Game PlanNominated
2008 People's Choice AwardsFavorite Leading ManNominated
2009 MTV Movie Awards Best Villain Get SmartNominated
2011 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actor Tooth FairyNominated
2011 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Action Faster
Fast Five
Nominated
2012 CinemaConAction Star of the YearWon
2013 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Action G.I. Joe: RetaliationNominated
2013 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Movie Star: Male Fast & Furious 6Nominated
2013 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Chemistry Fast & Furious 6Nominated
2013 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Male Butt Kicker Journey 2: The Mysterious IslandWon
2013 Village Voice Film Poll Best Supporting Actor Pain & GainNominated
2014 Image AwardsEntertainer of the YearNominated
2014 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Male Butt Kicker G.I. Joe: RetaliationNominated

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 Dwayne Johnson's In_wrestling

The Rock hitting theRock Bottomon Daniel Bryan .
The Rock preparing to execute thePeople's Elbowon John Cena at WrestleMania XXVIII .
  • Finishing moves
    • ( Running delayed high-impact elbow drop , with theatrics involving removal of one elbow pad, usually preceded by a spinebuster ) – 1997–present
  • Signature moves
    • usually followed by aPeople's Elbow
  • Managers
    • Debra
  • Nicknames
  • Entrance themes
    • World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
      • "Destiny" by Jim Johnston (1996–1997)
      • "Power" by Jim Johnston (1997–1998)
      • "Do You Smell?" by Jim Johnston (1998–1999)
      • "Know Your Role" by Jim Johnston (1999–2001, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009)
      • "If You Smell" by Jim Johnston (2001–2003)
      • "Is Cookin'" by Jim Johnston (2003–2004)

§Relatives in wrestling

Main article: Anoa'i family

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 Dwayne Johnson's Championships_and_accomplishments

The Rock is an eight-time WWE Champion...
...and a two-time Intercontinental Champion.
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • vs. Mankind in an "I Quit" match at Royal Rumble
    • of the 500 best singles wrestlers of 2000 in the PWI 500
    • of the top 500 singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 2003
  • United States Wrestling Association
  • World Wrestling Federation/World Wrestling Entertainment/WWE
    • Sixth Triple Crown Champion
    • Slammy Award (8 times)
      • New Sensation ( 1997 )
      • Game Changer of the Year ( 2011 ) –with John Cena
      • Guess Who's Back or: Return of the Year ( 2011 )
      • LOL! Moment of the Year ( 2012 ) –insulting John Cena using the history of Boston, Massachusetts
      • LOL! Moment of the Year ( 2013 ) –Rock Concert on the 20th anniversary episode ofRaw
      • Match of the Year (2013) –vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 29
      • Best Actor ( 2014 )
      • "Tell Me You Didn't Just Say That" Insult of the Year (2014) –Insulting Rusev and Lana
  • Wrestling Observer Newsletter
    • Best Gimmick (1999)
    • Best on Interviews (1999, 2000)
    • Most Improved (1998)
    • Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame ( Class of 2007 )

1The Rock's seventh reign was as Undisputed WWE Champion.

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 Dwayne Johnson's See_also

  • List of people from Miami

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 Dwayne Johnson's References

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