Dwayne Johnson reveals Super Bowl-winning dream with the New York Giants

first_img LIVE TV Written By WATCH US LIVE After that heartbreak, Dwayne Johnson chose to dabble in wrestling, ultimately going on to make a name for himself in WWE. Interestingly, Dwayne Johnson appeared in a show titled Ballers as Spencer Strasmore, a retired NFL player turned financial manager. The show features Dwayne Johnson trying to navigate his way through the financial management world of NFL players. Also Read | Tom Brady’s Exit Fueled By Speculation; 5 Potential NFL Teams For Patriots QB COMMENT First Published: 14th December, 2019 13:32 IST Colin DCunha SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 14th December, 2019 13:32 IST Dwayne Johnson Reveals Super Bowl-winning Dream With The New York Giants Dwayne Johnson is arguably one of the most well-known celebrities in the world. The WWE star-turned-actor has recently admitted to having an NFL dream. ‘The People’s Champion’, ‘The Rock’ and ‘The Most Electrifying Man In Sports Entertainment’ — these are just a handful of monikers used for WWE superstar-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson. Dwayne Johnson rose to fame as ‘The Rock’ on WWF. It is a name that has since stuck with the burly American-Canadian. However, one more moniker could have been added to his litany of nicknames, one that has nothing to do with the WWE. Also Read | Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson And Kevin Hart Voice Opinion On Colin Kaepernick’s NFL SituationDwayne Johnson admits to New York Giants dreamBefore his rise to commercial stardom, Dwayne Johnson was a promising football prospect during his time with the University of Miami. He harboured dreams of winning the Super Bowl with the New York Giants. The Hollywood superstar appeared on the Fox pregame show for Thursday Night Football where he was promoting his latest release – Jumanji: The Next Level.Also Read | Lamar Jackson Breaks Idol Michael Vick’s NFL Record, Most Rush Yards In A Single SeasonInterestingly, Dwayne Johnson was a part of the Miami Hurricanes in 1991, the year they won the national championship. A string of injuries, however, meant that The Rock was replaced by Warren Sapp, a future Pro Football Hall of Famer. What could have been an exciting and, perhaps, dominating NFL career was cut short due to his injuries. Dwyane Johnson then took his talents to Canadian Football League to play for the Calgary Stampeders, where he was released after a couple of months. Also Read | NFL Week 15 Predictions: Patriots’, Cowboys’ Struggles To Continue? FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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