15 Things You Didn’t Know About The Rock Dwayne Johnson (With Pictures)

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Things You Didn’t Know About The Rock Dwayne Johnson It seems as if Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson can do just about anything and be successful at it. We know he works extremely hard and nothing in life really comes easy, but whatever The Rock touches seems to just turn to gold. Johnson has been doing his thing for many years and long before anyone new him as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. He was a member of the 1991 Miami Hurricanes’ National Championship Team. He then decided to transition into a professional wrestling career, which he has done extremely well with, winning many competitions which included 8 WWF/WWE championships before retiring in 2004

Johnson went from wrestling to becoming one of Hollywood’s biggest stars over the span of just a few years, earning millions for each film and earning an enormous group of dedicated fans. No other wrestler besides Hulk Hogan has broken out and became a household name, and a household name he is. Unless you live under a rock, I am sure you’ve heard and seen The Rock somewhere on TV. Even though he’s a household name, there’s still a lot you may not know about “one of the most electrifying man in sports entertainment,” which he referred to himself while wrestling (apparently he wasn’t humble then). So here’s 15 things you may not know about The Rock.

15. Johnson Has Fears Like Everyone Else

the-rock-dwayne-johnsonWho would have ever thought that such a big guy would be afraid of anything. It just goes to show you that size doesn’t matter! Everyone has fears. The 275-pound of all-muscle has fears just like the rest of us. Johnson is afraid of spiders, “miniature” horses, and roller coaster rides. Imagine how big he must look to spiders. But hey, many people are afraid of spiders as well, so we can’t judge. This just makes us love him even more because he is so relatable. He has the same fears as a lot of other people and isn’t afraid to admit it.