Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson could be described as many things, but first and foremost, he is most famously a product of WWE.
Starting out as a wrestler for the company in 1996, Johnson reached super-stardom levels in the Attitude Era, and he became known by wider public as he made the next steps into acting and showbiz.
He's never lost his love for wrestling though, and despite a seven-year absence between 2004 and 2011, Johnson has made several special appearances on WWE shows over the years, and even came back for a short in-ring stint in 2013.
Fans are hoping that he indeed has one more match in the near future, but his acting commitments look to be getting in the way of that, although WWE is coming to Hollywood in 2021 for WrestleMania...
Nevertheless, Johnson took time out of his busy schedule recently to fly to Orlando, where he made a surprise appearance at the WWE Performance Center.
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In a video shot for his Instagram account, Johnson is seen flying into Orlando and arriving at the Performance Center, and he speaks to coaches such as Norman Smiley and his one of his old adversaries from the Attitude Era days - Road Dogg.
But there was an even more important reason for his visit, as his 18-year-old daughter Simone has recently started training at the Performance Center after signing a WWE contract.
At one point of the video, The Rock jumps into the ring as Simone is grappling with Deonna Purrazzo to offer advice to both women on their work and make general comments to the rest of the watching stars about some in-ring psychology.
Johnson then engaged in a Q&A with the superstars to share more of his wisdom with them, and even shared a joke when he met the seven-foot giant Jordan Omogbehin!
He didn't have to show up and take time out of his day, but The Rock has shown that he's a company man and that WWE will always be in his blood, especially with the next generation of the Johnson's taking their first steps into wrestling now.News Now - Sport News