Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is undeniably a household name. He's been a movie star for years, and even before that he was one of the biggest professional wrestlers the WWE has ever had. He's funny and charming when he's off set, and his movies are the kind of popcorn-crunching films we all love to watch.
He's grown muscles, lost hair, and got a big sleeve tattoo that covers most of his left side. Through it all though he's had an iconic Texas long horn tattoo.
But not anymore.
The Rock made a huge change by covering up the tattoo he's had for years and replacing it with something a lot more visbile.
The old tattoo was a tribute to his old wrestling name "The Brahma Bull" and the new work possibly marks the end of an era with Johnson implying he'll no longer participate in the ring.
He posted the last photo we'll ever see of the bull tattoo on Instagram while explaining his desire for the change.
Evolution of the bull begins w/ @nikkohurtado. I've engrained this bull in my DNA for two decades. My core. Humbly, it's also become a symbol of strength, resilience, heart, power and defiance to so many people around the world. I got this tattoo when I was just a kid. Now I need it to reflect me as a man. All my ink is a rite of passage and spiritual and the MANA (power and spirit) has to be right before we begin. Mana is strong with world renowned Nikko. We talked for hours about the man I am today, compared to who I once was. And who I'll always be. We all desire to grow and evolve. The mana is right.. let the blood and pain begin. #EvolutionOfTheBull #WheresMyVicodin
See the finished product on the next page!