1-An action prison-break movie starring Sean Connery and Nicholas Cage

2-One of the most popular and well-known wrestlers ever in the history of wrestling who was able to break from wrestling actually have some successes in the movie business.

-Originally had gimmicks under name Flex Kavana and Rocky Maivia(in honor of his dad's name and his mother's maiden name)

-One of the rare wrestlers who can work greatly as both a good guy and bad guy given his great popularity, ability to connect with the fans, and his very charismatic and funny personality

-Movies include "The Scorpion King," "The Mummy Returns," "The Rundown," "Walking Tall," "Be Cool"

-Rumored to be in these movies: "Doom," "Johnny Bravo" and as Namor the Submariner in one of the sequels to the summer 2005 blockbuster "The Fantastic Four"

-Has sang in some songs both WWE-sountrack related and non-WWE soundtrack related ie WWE CD song "Pie" and Wyclef Jean's "It Doesn't Matter"

-Nicknames: The People's Champion, The Brahma Bull, The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment

-Trademarks: The People's Eyebrow, The People's Strudel, the $1000 shirts, the shades, the sideburns, the bull tattoo on his arm and now the very long tribal tatto on his other arm

-Quotes: "If you smell what The Rock is cookin'" , "Know your role and shut your mouth!," "What's your name?-It doesn't matter what your name is!," "Just bring it!," "The SmackDown! hotel," "Who in the blue hell are you?," "Just shut up you mother canuckers!"

-Attended Miami University and played for their football team.

-Graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice.

-Married his college sweetheart, Dany Garcia a former Merril-Lynch executive.

-Daughter named Simone Alexandra Johnson

-Birthday is May 2nd, while wedding anniversary is May 3rd

-Half Samoan and half African American

-Was unfortunately let go by WWE earlier this year for reasons unknown
Ex1-Has anyone ever seen that Nick Cage movie "The Rock?"

Ex2-The Rock defeated Hulk Hogan at their WrestleMania Icon vs Icon match.
by LoganLesnarMarvel August 13, 2005
Used to describe something truly magnificent, "the rock" is a compliment of the utmost honor.
Hey dude, I heart your shoes, they are the rock!
by Scene Kid #2235534363 February 21, 2005
"The Rock" is a term used to describe the Isle of Man, (small country in Britain) usually in an insulting way.
Isle of Man
I can't wait to get off 'the rock', I hate this place.
by A Manx Girl September 13, 2003
1: Nickname of Rikers Island. An island that contains 10 jailhouses(with the same name) and is tecnically located in the borough of the Bronx in NYC, but access is only avilable via a bridge that connects to Queens. Public transportation is avilable via the Q101R, provided by the MTA Bus company.

2: A bunch of other crap that share the same nickname and alias.
Rikers Island is a JAIL, not a PRISON.
by The Marksman July 24, 2005
see alcatraz
no example
by Gumba Gumba February 22, 2004
A crappy radio station that was once good and played rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and now such as Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Def Leppard, Queen, Van Halen, Nirvana etc

Now plays crappy punk rock, emo, nu-metal and pop
Change the station... please!
by JT September 16, 2004
Island located in the middle of the pacific commonly known as Hawaii
I had to get off the rock for a good education, new political perspective and get laid.
by Hawaiian Jew April 03, 2004
Lord of Strike Force!
The Rock is why Strike Force was created
by The Architect November 15, 2003

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