Tamina thanks The Rock

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Tamina thanks The Rock

The Rock became famous thanks to wrestling, before making it into the cinema and establishing itself as a global icon. Johnson has won 19 titles during his career, including ten world titles. He has also won the Intercontinental Championship and the Wwf Tag Team Championship, as well as being awarded the Triple Crown.

The Rock also holds the record for most appearances in Raw and Smackdown main events. Starting in the 2000s, Dwayne embarked on a successful film career and within a short time, he became one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood.

According to insiders, The Rock will return to WWE at Wrestlemania 39 to create a dream match with his cousin Roman Reigns. A guest on the latest edition of the 'Out of Character' podcast, Tamina praised 'The Great One' for all the help she gave her.

Tamina praises The Rock

“My aunt and The Rock threw me a wonderful surprise some time ago. Dwayne has a good heart and never backs down when it comes to helping other people. He has always been like this” - declared Tamina.

"Ever since we were very young, I have always considered him a role model. He is a very generous man, even if maybe not everyone gets to see that side of him. He has done so many things for me, I love him ”- she added. Speaking in the latest edition of 'Busted Open Radio', WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray reflected on the possible return of The Rock to WWE: "A possible match between The Rock and Roman Reigns would be rich in meaning.

They are two legends that are part of the same family, a memorable story could come out. We are well aware of the importance of the Samoan dynasty and everything that comes with it. I hope that the WWE finally decides to set up a feud between the two of them, possibly involving the various members of the Anoa'i family." T he Rock was named by WWE as the greatest superstar in SmackDown history, having left an indelible mark on fans' hearts.

Johnson was born into a family of wrestlers, with his grandfather, “High Chief” Peter Maivia, a well-known wrestler. His father, Rocky Johnson, created history by becoming the first black wrestler to win the WWF Tag Team Championship, along with partner Tony Atlas.

Johnson briefly lived in New Zealand with his mother’s family, before returning to the United States to finish his schooling, at the President William McKinley High School in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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