The Rock brought out a villainous side of him on the road to WrestleMania 40, referring to himself as The Final Boss. But as many of his fans know, he is undoubtedly one of the most kind-hearted and remarkable on the face of the earth.

Even when he was donning his Final Boss armor, The Rock did not refrain from displaying his good side. The Great One took to his Instagram to drop a video of his interaction with a young fan from his appearance at WWE World last week.

The fan, who was wearing The Rock’s t-shirt openly stated that he bought WrestleMania 40 tickets to watch him lay down a beating on his arch-rival, The American Nightmare Cody Rhodes.

In an act of generosity, The Rock invited the young fan up to the stage much to his immense excitement. The young fan credited The Final Boss as his idol, who in turn obliged his request of bringing his brother also on stage, posing with them, and creating a memorable moment for the two siblings.


“How cool is this kid, that in this once in a lifetime moment – he has the ❤️ to want to get his brother up on stage with us!!

That’s sibling love right there ☝🏾👏🏾❤️❤️🥹🥹

I consider myself a lucky SOB and there’s a lot of cool parts about my job – and meeting people is one of them.

ESPECIALLY our kids.

You two boys stay cool, study hard, listen to your parents and I appreciate the love!

– Final Boss.”

The Rock went on a hiatus following the RAW after WrestleMania 40 after his intense confrontation with Cody Rhodes. The Great One made it clear that he would be back and coming straight after Rhodes hinting at possible showdown between the two WWE megastars in the future.

What are your thoughts on The Rock creating a Once in a Lifetime moment for two young fans? Sound off in the comments!

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