- WWE legend The Rock left Tamina in tears of joy as he surprised him with a gift of a house
- The Hollywood star took to his Instagram to give fans a glimpse of the special moment when he handed the house to Tamina
- The 50-year-old WWE icon went on to reveal that his cousin, who is signed to the WWE went through 'tough times' growing up
Wrestling icon Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has shown his kind side after buying his cousin a luxury new house.
The Rock gave his fans a glimpse of the heartwarming gesture by sharing a video of him surprising WWE fighter Tamina, real name Sarona Snuka with a gift in form of a house.
The Sun reports that The Rock's kind gesture left his younger cousin emotional, with the woman reduced to tears as she was led to her new home.
The Rock shares moment he surprised Tamina with the luxury property
In the video shared by The Rock, the WWE legend can be seen covering Tamina's eyes with his hands before he broke the news that he had acquired a house for her.
"We love you so much cuz, we're so proud of you. Welcome to your new home," The Rock can be heard saying.
A dumbfounded Tamina then covered her mouth in surprise before she was overcome by emotion.
The two went on to embrace inside the luxury property, with The Rock revealing he bought Tamina the house due to the "tough times" she had to endure.
"I’ve known my cousin Sarona since we were little kids growing up together," he posted.
"Man this girl’s gone thru some tough times, but regardless of what life’s thrown her way - she was ALWAYS determined to break the cycle and become a strong and inspiring single mom example to her two greatest inspirations — her daughters, Milaneta & Maleata," he added.
WWE legend set to make a return to the ring
Earlier, Sports Brief reported WWE icon Ric Flair is in line to make a wrestling comeback at the end of July at the Nashville Fairgrounds.
Details of the match, which has been touted as Flair's last, remain scanty, with his opponent yet to be confirmed.
The Nature Boy, who made a name for himself during his three stints with the WWE, enjoyed a successful wrestling career spanning more than 40 years.