Dwayne Johnson Has a ‘Fun Pool Day’ That Sounds Rather Exhausting

by Joe Rutland
dwayne-johnson-fun-pool-day-rather-exhausting

When Dwayne Johnson takes a pool day, then we might all think it’s a rest day. But is that the case in his life? Maybe it is, maybe it’s not.

Johnson, who everyone from movie fans to those in his old business of pro wrestling knows, looks like he had a hand full to deal with on Thursday.

His two young children were looking for some daddy support in taking on the pool.

So DJ hopped on Instagram to share this sweet photo someone took on this, um, restful pool day.

As you can tell, those two children are smiling from ear to ear. They are being carried by their old man to or from the family pool.

Dwayne Johnson loves his family and shares both photos and even videos of them on Instagram. It’s no wonder that millions and millions of The Rock’s fans follow his account.

They all love to see what the famed actor and wrestler posts for their eyes to see.

Dwayne Johnson Reportedly Will Make Appearance In The Ring

Obviously, Dwayne Johnson has a lifetime connection with the world of pro wrestling. His father, Rocky Johnson, was in the business for many years. Other family members have stepped into the squared circle.

He has only wrestled for one company, World Wrestling Entertainment, since the 1990s. Johnson achieved great success and wealth as The Rock. It’s no secret, too, that he has a strong connection with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.

But is The Rock going to step back into the ring? That’s what one magazine is reporting.

Ringside News has written that The Rock is going to appear at WrestleMania 39 in 2023.

So this is not 100 perfcent cofirmed. Usually, the WWE will not make plans so far in advance.

Maybe, though, McMahon and his business partners made an allowance due to Dwayne Johnson and his movie schedule.

Grandfather of The Rock Appeared In James Bond Film

The one thing, though, that WWE could count is having a jam-packed stadium for that event. Wrestling fans have not forgotten The Rock and he, most assuredly, has not forgotten about them.

Will fans, for maybe the final time, get to “smell what The Rock is cookin’?” Wait and see.

“High Priest” Peter Maivia, who was a star in the 1960s and 1970s for the World Wide Wrestling Federation, got into a famed movie franchise.

Mind you, this was a long time before Dwayne Johnson and the Fast & Furious” movies. Maivia, who wrestled for Vince’s father Vince McMahon Sr. in the precursor to WWE, appeared opposite Sean Connery. Yes, it was in a James Bond film, 1967’s “You Only Live Twice.”

Outsider.com