Dwayne Johnson's childhood
Dwayne Johnson was born in a quite small town called Hayward, which was in California, but he really spent most of his childhood in Hawaii. As he was growing up, wrestling was always a part of his life, he loved wrestling. Dwayne Johnson's father was a legendary wrestler (hall of famer), Rocky Johnson, and his maternal grandfather, the Samoan High Chief Peter Maivia, was also a great wrestler and was the U.S. Tag Team Champion. Dwayne's earliest memories were mostly of wrestling, going to all of the wrestling shows with his mom, watching his dad do his awsome moves in the ring and jumping off the top ropes. He would like to practice his dropkicks in his living room when no one was around to see him doing it. Dwayne was always kept close to his parents businesses and they never attempted to shield him from any of it, or pretend that it was something it wasn't. Dwayne was more of a rambunctious and mischievous child, he liked to mirror all of his father's wrestling moves whenever he could get a chance to and he even practices them on his fellow classmates sometimes. When he became a sophomore, he and his family moved to a place in Pennsylvania called Bethlehem where he enrolled in Freedom High School. He was a little to late in the year to join the school's football team as he wanted to, so he ended up joining the wrestling squad instead. It did not take long before Dwayne didn't want to do this wrestling, he thought the kind of wrestling the school was doing was amateur wrestling.