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Dwayne The Rock Johnson sings for his grandma on her 102nd birthday

Dwayne The Rock Johnson recently sang the birthday song for his grandma who recently turned 102.

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Dwayne The Rock Johnson is one of the biggest Superstars to have stepped inside the squared circle. It has been several years since The Rock made the switch to pursue a career in Hollywood. Since making the move, the People’s Champion has gone on to become one of the biggest names in Hollywood, and continues to make sporadic WWE appearances.

In addition to being a professional wrestler and an actor, Dwayne The Rock Johnson has several other ventures. He keeps his fans updated with his life through his social media handles. The social media followers of The Rock, might be well aware that he is a complete family man. Recently, his grandma turned 102 and Johnson took to Twitter to sing for her on her special occasion.

“When she turned 100, I started singing Happy Birthday to Grandma Grover. Today she’s 102 years old. and this has become one of my FAVORITE things to do. And she sang back to me!! I wish I still had my grandma, but I do have her! Enjoy your birthday! Love, your Rock,” wrote Dwayne Johnson in the caption of the video.

Dwayne The Rock Johnson is rumored to return to WWE

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The People’s Champ has been focussed on his career in Hollywood and has been excelling in it. His movie commitments barely give him any time to appear on WWE. Johnson has mentioned on several occasions that he wants to return to the company, and it is being rumored that the WWE Universe might not have to wait for long.

Dwayne The Rock Johnson is rumored to return for WWE Wrestlemania 39. The company is planning for a blockbuster feud between him and the current Universal Champion Roman Reigns. The Tribal Chief’s current character is based on being the Head of the Family and interestingly, him and The Rock are cousins in real life. This could lead to a massive feud, culminating at the Showcase of Immortals.

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