Dwayne Johnson Talks Hulk Hogan’s Racist Comments And His HBO Documentary ‘Rock In A Hard Place’

The “San Andreas”; actor, Dwayne Johnson, speaks out on the latest headlines of his WWE colleague, Hulk Hogan, and his recent racist remarks.

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During the “Ballers”; session at TCA, Johnson says, “I was pretty disappointed with what I heard.”

The “Furious 7″ actor explains that he has known Hogan (Terry Bollea) for years.

“My dad help trained him in Florida in the 1970s, and even my uncle. I come from a long line of professional wrestlers. I didn’t know him (Terry) to be a racist. It’s one of those things where it’s not definite in terms of what he said. We’ve all talked trash. He said what he said and he’s paying the price,” he says. 

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On his new documentary “Rock In A Hard Place”;, Johnson says it’s “near and dear to my heart”;.

He explains that as a kid, it was a blessing in disguise when his parents got evicted in Hawaii. Johnson says he was headed down the wrong path and was lucky he didn’t end up in prison.

The 43-year-old was asked to speak to cadets at a military boot camp in Dade County, Florida, that is also a correctional facility. 

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Johnson was so moved by the stories, he teamed up with 44 Blue Productions to bring it all to life for “Rock In A Hard Place”;.

 

 

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