Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is world famous for professional wrestling career but has just revealed that rugby is the toughest sport he's ever played.
Over the weekend The Rock was asked if he had ever considered playing rugby, his response was:"Yup I played rugby as a kid when I lived in New Zealand. Toughest sport I've ever done. #Respect"
Dwayne Johnson has Samoan and Nova Scotian heritage actually briefly lived in Auckland's Grey Lynn. He attended Richmond Road Primary School, before returning to the United States with his parents.
The Rock has always showed our All Blacks love, last year during the Rugby World Cup he shared some encouraging words for our boys Liam Messam, Malakai Fekitoa, Keven Mealamu and Victor Vito.
The Rock also played College Football for four years at the University of Miami before making a move to Wrestling, check out some throwback photos above.