Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Breaks WWE Records at WrestleMania 32
The 43-year-old actor returned to WrestleMania in Texas on Sunday night.
— -- Although his focus is now on his acting career, The Rock continues to make history in the wrestling world.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson returned to WrestleMania 32 at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Sunday, fulfilling an earlier promise to "make all time #WRESTLEMANIA history" by setting an all-time attendance record.
The 43-year-old professional wrestler turned actor won multiple WWE Championships during his wrestling career, earning him the nickname, "The Most Electrifying Man in All of Entertainment."
Johnson celebrated his WrestleMania appearance by posting a photo from the event on his Instagram page. The "Ballers" actor announced that not only had he broken the all-time attendance record, but he also broke the record for the fastest victory ever.
"I worked hard, we had fun and I got a lil' lucky at #WrestleMania," Johnson captioned the pic. "An honor to have broken TWO ALL TIME RECORDS."
Johnson also thanked his fans for their support during the event, saying that his supporters are "simply the best."
"THANK YOU for giving it up tonight and enjoyin' the record breaking ride," Johnson said. "You are and will always be the greatest connection I have. You're simply the best and I'm grateful."