Dwayne Johnson The Rock

February 15, 2011 by staff 

Dwayne Johnson The Rock, After 7 years long layoff finally the Actor and Ex Pro wrestler The Rocks come back into WWE, and Going to Host The WrestleMania 2011, On internet after his returing trends started about the The Rocks Returns, The name of WWE wrestler “Dwayne Johnson” aka “The Rock” (“# therock”) is a trend on the microblogging site as news of his return to WWE is spreading around the Twittersphere.

Dwayne Johnson, who left the World Wrestling Entertainment in 2004 after WrestleMania XX to pursue an acting career, has returned to the franchise in the Monday night “Raw”. Johnson, 38, announced he would host WrestleMania.

During the Monday night broadcast the program has tried to insinuate that the host can be a woman with a promo showing what appeared to be a woman out of a car.

Johnson Facebook page helped fuel rumors of his return with a message stating “Finally … Prepare “signed DJ.

Once Johnson has emerged he has mentioned other reasons for returning included settling scores with The Miz and John Cena. Johnson focused on Cena, who also plucked a career as an actor, as its main objective.

Johnson’s next film role is in “Fast Five” in April. The film is the fifth in the “Fast and the Furious” franchise.

Since his last WWE match in 2004, he left the fight and focus solely on the game

Dwayne Johnson also helped his Facebook account during the show, while WWE has decided to jump on the train as social media, putting up a live chat with Dwayne Johnson on the official site.

Johnson made the announcement in Miami where he played football for the Hurricanes. Or, as Jim Ross said, “He played for the Miami Hurricanes, almost like a program that the Oklahoma Sooners floors.”

The Return of Rock! The Rock returns to WWE and will host Wrestlemania 27 on April 3, 2011. Dwayne Johnson returned to RAW on Monday night for the big announcement!

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