Unfortunately, the true WWE legend— Rocky Johnson is no more among us.
The Sad News Is WWE Legend Rocky Johnson has Passed Away!
Dwayne Johnson is in grief.
He is in a state of lamentation.
He really needs prayers at the current moment, because he has lost his father.
Yes, we are talking about the professional WWE champion—Rocky Johnson.
The man ‘The Rock’ is our all-time favorite professional wrestler, who is known for his fabulous physique and moves.
The thing is, everything that Dwayne shows in the ring is because of his father. Yes, he learned excellent skills from his beloved father— Rocky.
Undoubtedly, Rocky is a name that would remain there forever. He is indeed an inspiration in the wrestling world.
Tragic news broke on this Wednesday that Rocky Johnson has passed away at age 75.
This is something really shocking for his fans.
However, the details of all the circumstances are still on hold to be revealed.
WWE shared this heart-wrenching news.
This news has taken away the wrestling industry with trauma.
Johnson was amazingly brilliant in his skills.
He was a true legend in the WWE, successfully ended up in its Hall of Fame.
He was contributed to his career in a great way. He did his best in the 70’s and 80’s.
Moreover, he was among the first African American tag team.
Surely a proud spirit has left us. He takes off from his career in 1991, and fans can never forget the way he entertained everyone.
Dwayne Johnson has always followed the footsteps of his father, and that’s why given the title ‘The Rock’ moniker in the honor of Rocky.
Undoubtedly, it’s a hard time for Johnson to bear all this.
He is at a place where he needs someone to console, after all the loss of father is something nothing else could compensate.
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I love you. You broke color barriers, became a ring legend and trail blazed your way thru this world. I was the boy sitting in the seats, watching and adoring you, my hero from afar. The boy you raised to always be proud of our cultures and proud of who and what I am. The boy you raised with the toughest of love. The intense work. The hard hand. The adoring boy who wanted to know only your best qualities. Who then grew to become a man realizing you had other deeply complicated sides that needed to be held and understood. Son to father. Man to man. That’s when my adoration turned to respect. And my empathy turned to gratitude. Grateful that you gave me life. Grateful you gave me life’s invaluable lessons. Dad, I wish I had one more shot to tell you, I love you, before you crossed over to the other side. But you were ripped away from me so fast without warning. Gone in an instant and no coming back. Im in pain. But we both know it’s just pain and it’ll pass. Now I’ll carry your mana and work ethic with me, as it’s time to move on because I have my family to feed and work to accomplish. Finally, I want you to rest your trailblazing soul, Soulman. Pain free, regret free, satisfied and at ease. You lived a very full, very hard, barrier breaking life and left it all in the ring. I love you dad and I’ll always be your proud and grateful son. Go rest high. #ripsoulman #rockyjohnson ?
This is an adamant time for him.
He was deeply attached to his father. But we wish him all the condolences and hope he will be easy in his emotions soon.
However, till now Johnson has not said a word about the passing news of his father in public, but various other WWE superstars, like Ric Flair, did some great words of kindness.
Take a look back at the incredible life and career of WWE Hall of Famer Rocky Johnson. pic.twitter.com/oUgpji3k6j
— WWE (@WWE) January 17, 2020
Johnson was born and raised in Nova Scotia, and he started his career in the mid-1960s as a prominent part of the National Wrestling Alliance.
I'm Saddened To Hear About The Passing Of The GREAT ROCKY JOHNSON! I Wrestled Him Many Times Throughout His Illustrious Career. His Physique And Conditioning Were Unparalleled! He Was So Proud Of His Son Dwayne! He Raised Him To Be The Rock!! RIP Rocky Johnson! pic.twitter.com/GiXXFQhGlE
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) January 16, 2020
Soon he became the first African American to win the Southern, Georgia, and superb Florida heavyweight titles even before starting his excellent career in WWE in 1983.
This legend has revived many unforgettable memories with his competitors like Valentine, Greg, Adrian Adonis, and of course, Muraco.
Whatever it is, one thing is for sure, and that’s he will be missed by his fans, and he will remain in our memories forever.
No one can take the place of this legend ever.
We pay a great tribute to the one and only—Rocky Johnson.