Hello reader, my name is ‘The Rock,’ AKA Dwayne Johnson. Born on May 2, 1972, I am a successful actor, wrestler and producer who attended the University of Miami, winning a national championship on the 1991 Miami Hurricanes team. Why am I telling you this? I am glad that you asked. I am considered one of the greatest WWE box-office draws of all time, headlining five Wrestlemanias before being released on June 7,1996 and grossing 336.1 million dollars and an Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing. I hope this has been an adequate answer to your question.
I have a very simple message to my readers; attending Freedom High School in Pennsylvania, I lived a happy existence, before seeing Sean Connery and Ed Harris wage war on Alcatraz Island in order to find the location of 15 VX-tipped rockets. Am I a malfunctioning computer attempting to mimic human speech patterns? No, that would be ridiculous, since I am ‘The Rock,’ star of the Scorpion King, Pain and Gain. Do you require more proof, reader? My father was professional wrestler Rocky Johnson and my mother was Ata Johnson (neé Maivia). I believe this is what my fellow humans call proof.
I see you remain unconvinced. In my time in the WWE, I feuded with ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, before moving on to a film career that included Fast Five, which had the highest grossing opening weekend of a Johnson film. Of course, my career has also featured Nicolas Cage playing Dr. Stanley Goodspeed, a lab rat with minimal combat training. This has been my message to you, reader. I am ‘The Rock.’