Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson grew up admiring his legendary pro-wrestling father, Rocky, who become the first black Georgia Heavyweight Champion.
And from an early age, he yearned to enter the ring and follow his dad’s footsteps ‘to one day becoming a pro wrestling champion.’
‘A lil’ throwback action to 1983, when I was 11 years old – I used to LOVE putting on my dad’s wrestling trunks, boots, jacket and championship belts,’ the Ballers star, 48, captioned a childhood snap of himself wearing an open jean jacket.
He joked: ‘Only thing I forgot to wear was my training bra!! C’mon afro tits, you’re gonna be late for school!’
The wrester-turned-actor, who earned 17 championship reigns in WWE, also used the hashtag ‘#thankgodforpuberty.’
‘Good evening, America,’ he said in a funny clip, uploaded to Instagram. ‘I come to you tonight to tell you about a new TV show, based on my life.
He continued: ‘I know what you’re thinking, ‘Rock we already know so much about you, man.’ Well, that may be true, but there’s actually so much you don’t.’
Johnson teased the series will include parts of his life he hasn’t shared with anyone, including his ‘therapist, or even Oprah.’
‘From growing up in the crazy world of professional wrestling to being a broke 14-year-old kleptomaniac with a full mustache to being a trouble 15-year-old country/ western singer,’ he listed, before noting his voice once had ‘the raspy honestly of Willie Nelson and the soul of an outlaw.’
While reflecting on his life, he continued to speak about becoming a college football player and the ‘wild days of the early ’90s.’
‘In my show on NBC, we’re going to explore all of that and more,’ he promised, before taking a shot of Teremana Tequila. Dwayne Johnson officially endorses Joe Biden and Kamala Harris