Dwayne Johnson

Biography: Born may 2, 1972 Dwayne Douglas Johnson aka "The Rock" or "Rocky Maivia" of WWE fame towers at 6'4 and weighs in at 270lb's. He attended high school at Freedom High School Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where he lettered in track and football, he also attended University of Miami where gained degrees in exercise physiology and criminology. He also played football and was a national champ in his freshman year of 1991. The Rock was a defensive linesman for the University of Miami.

Dwayne, a 3rd generation wrestler currently lives in Davie, Florida, a suburb of Miami and saw his first wrestling match when he was only 3 weeks old. He saw his father Rocky Johnson and grandfather Peter Maivia take on Masa Saito and Kenji Shibuya. At six years old, The Rock was taught the basics from his father such as the headlock, the armlock, and other moves. When he got taught the sleeper hold, things did not go too well. He put it on a kid at school who lost consciousness. The Rock has not
Born may 2, 1972 Dwayne Douglas Johnson aka "The Rock" or "Rocky Maivia" of WWE fame towers at 6'4 and weighs in at 270lb's. He attended high school at Freedom High School Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where he lettered in track and football, he also attended University of Miami where gained degrees in exercise physiology and criminology. He also played football and was a national champ in his freshman year of 1991. The Rock was a defensive linesman for the University of Miami.

Dwayne, a 3rd generation wrestler currently lives in Davie, Florida, a suburb of Miami and saw his first wrestling match when he was only 3 weeks old. He saw his father Rocky Johnson and grandfather Peter Maivia take on Masa Saito and Kenji Shibuya. At six years old, The Rock was taught the basics from his father such as the headlock, the armlock, and other moves. When he got taught the sleeper hold, things did not go too well. He put it on a kid at school who lost consciousness.

The Rock has not always been called The Rock. His first wrestling name was Flex Kavana. He then became The Rock, and was refered to as Rocky Maivia. He called himself Rocky Maivia to please both his father and grandfather. Eventually though he just called himself The Rock.

In 1998 The Rock won his first ever WWF title against Mankind with the Sharpshooter at Survivor Series. He beat the Big Boss Man, Ken Shamrock and The Undertaker earlier the same night to get the title shot.

His olympian physique, his finishing move, the Rock Bottom, his confidence before his peers his catchphrases and even his $500 shirts are just some of the reasons that The Rock has become known as the most electrifying man in sports entertainment. The Rock can do it all. aHe has even had success in the recording studio and has broken into the film industry having started in the smash movie The Mummy Returns.

Title History
USWA tag team champ with Bart Sawyer- intercontential belt (2)- heavyweight champion (6) wwf tag team champs with mankind (3) with the undertaker (1)

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Dwayne Johnson's Scores

Average career score: 55
Highest Metascore: 63 Ballers (2015): Season 2
Lowest Metascore: 47 The Hero: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
  2. Negative: 0 out of 2
2 tv reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
63 Ballers (2015): Season 2 Jul 17, 2016 Spencer Strassmore 7.3
tbd Saturday Night Live: Season 40 Sep 27, 2014 HImself 10
47 The Hero: Season 1 Jun 6, 2013 Himself / Executive Producer 6.9
tbd Saturday Night Live: Season 35 Sep 26, 2009 The Rock Obama 5.0
tbd The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Season 7 Sep 8, 2009 Himself 7.0
tbd Saturday Night Live: Season 34 Sep 13, 2008 Himself 5.0
tbd The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Season 6 Sep 8, 2008 Himself 7.0
tbd Live with Regis and Kelly: Season 18 Sep 5, 2005 Himself 5.0
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 13 Aug 29, 2005 Guest tbd
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 12 Aug 23, 2004 Guest 10
tbd Johnny Bravo: Season 4 Feb 20, 2004 Johnny Bravo (2003-) 9.0
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 20 Jan 25, 2004 The Rock tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 12 Jan 5, 2004 The Rock 7.0
tbd The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Season 1 Sep 8, 2003 Himself 8.3
tbd Live with Regis and Kelly: Season 16 Sep 1, 2003 Himself 5.0
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 11 Sep 1, 2003 Guest tbd
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 19 Jan 19, 2003 The Rock tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 11 Jan 6, 2003 The Rock 7.0
tbd WWE Friday Night SmackDown!: Season 5 Jan 2, 2003 The Rock 8.0
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 18 Jan 26, 2002 The Rock tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 10 Jan 7, 2002 The Rock 7.0
tbd WWE Friday Night SmackDown!: Season 4 Jan 3, 2002 The Rock 8.0
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 9 Aug 20, 2001 Guest 10
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 17 Jan 21, 2001 The Rock tbd
tbd WWE Friday Night SmackDown!: Season 3 Jan 4, 2001 The Rock 8.0
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 9 Jan 1, 2001 The Rock 5.0
tbd Johnny Bravo: Season 3 Aug 11, 2000 Johnny Bravo (2003-) 9.0
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 16 Jan 23, 2000 The Rock tbd
tbd WWE Friday Night SmackDown!: Season 2 Jan 6, 2000 The Rock tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 8 Jan 3, 2000 The Rock 6.0

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