WWE legend and blockbuster movie star, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson shared an inspiring story on Instagram involving him buying his father a new car.
The Rock shared an image of his WWE Hall Of Fame father, Rocky Johnson, with his new car which The Rock had purchased as his father told him he needed a bigger one after surgery.
Rock shared a story about how his father used to be tough on him, but he thanks him for it at this stage in his life and is blessed to be able to purchase things like this for him.
We all got daddy issues lol. My pops just had his hip replaced and called me and said “Hey Mr. D the surgeon really feels like I should have a bigger car since my hip rehab..” I cut my dad off and just started laughing because I knew what he was hustling for. I said “say no more..I got you.. just go down and pick out what you want” then we hung up and hours later I get this pic. Lol. Hey my old man was a tough MF on me. He’d kick my ass from one side of the gym to the other for years. I hated it when I was a kid, but grateful for it as a man. Im lucky I could do this and thanks for the ass kickins. Thanks Shawn Burnett and Ed Morse Cadillac for handling business for me and finding the gold bow. #MyDoctorSaid #NewHipsAndWhips
Titus On If Technology Hurts WWE & Anti-Bullying Campaigns
WWE Raw superstar, Titus O’Neil recently spoke with ENCA regarding if technology is hurting WWE as well as the companies anti-bullying campaigns. Below are some highlights from the interview with a h/t to Rajah.com for the transcription.
If technology is hurting WWE:
“I think the future is very bright, the unique thing about WWE is we’re more than just a wrestling company, we’re an entertainment company. We have movie studios, we have music, we have all different types of segments of our company, and people venture out. We have our own WWE Network, so people are putting on their own shows, as well. For us, it’s an exciting time because we’re actually setting the standard for how entertainment should be moving as far as technology is concerned. We’re a family-oriented product, so, of course, whatever the kids are doing, video games, things online, technology, YouTube, we’re constantly evolving with those times.”
WWE’s Anti-Bullying campaigns:
“With the transformation of our company – as a whole – we’ve diligently tried to make some type of safeguards to let people know, ‘We are trained professionals, please do not try this at home.’ It starts off every PPV or TV show and we actively go out into the community and speak at our anti-bullying rallies about the differences between reality and entertainment. How we settle conflicts in the ring is not like how we’re doing it outside of the ring. Especially with bullying, bullying is an international crisis – especially with youth – so we constantly use what we do on television as entertainment, but what we do in real life as an interaction. Showing people, look, this is a character, but in real life this is how we deal with things.”