Former WWE Superstar and Movie Star the Rock Reveals Which Team He Supports in the Premier League
- WWE legend and Hollywood superstar Dwayne The Rock Johnson has revealed which team he supports in the Premier League
- The Rock made the revelation during an interview promoting his new film Black Adam around the world
- However, The Rock's revelation baffled some Liverpool fans since the Fast and Furious star tweeted in 2011 that he supported Macclesfield
WWE Hall of Famer and Hollywood superstar, The Rock has revealed that he supports Liverpool in an interview while promoting his new blockbuster film, Black Adam.
Dwayne Johnson is a legendary wrestler who took WWE to new levels in the late 1990s with his partner in crime 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, in a period famously dubbed as the Attitude Era.
However, the 50-year-old exited WWE prematurely in the early 2000s to pursue a career in Hollywood but has made numerous sporadic appearances on the promotion, according to Bleacher Report.
The Rock is known to participate in huge sport entertainment events. He owns a part of XFL, an American professional American football league, and he's a global partner of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
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The Rock reveals his Premier League team
Speaking to Talksport, the Rock revealed he supports the Reds leaving Liverpool fans confused because he previously revealed he supports Macclesfield.
However, when asked which team he supports, his answer was cryptic initially, but he later clarified if it was Liverpool, for which he answered in the affirmative. The Rock has been promoting his new film, Black Adam around the world.
The Rock Tweeted a few years ago that Macclesfield was his team.
Liverpool are supported by some famous personalities like LeBron James, Brad Pitt and James Bond actor Daniel Craig and Samuel L Jackson.
The Rock sends condolences to Royal Family
Sports Brief earlier reported on The Rock sending a heartwarming message to the Royal Family, who were mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II last month.
The wrestling legend delivered a moving tribute to the Royal Family in his gym, celebrating the life of Her Majesty, who reigned for 70 years, the UK's longest-serving monarch.
Source: Sports Brief News