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We all smell what he’s cooking. Tonight, Dwayne Johnson provided the introduction for Super Bowl LVI (56) between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals. The Rock introduced the teams with hints of his WWE persona.

You can see the introduction below:

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?: #SBLVI on NBC

— NFL (@NFL) February 13, 2022

The Rock is no stranger to Super Bowl introductions; in 2020, he gave the introductions for the teams in Super Bowl LIV (54). He has a history with football; from 1990 to 1994, he played for the University of Miami Hurricanes. Although he would be a part of the national championship team in 1991, Johnson would appear in a backup role, starting only one game in four years.

After Johnson graduated in 1995, he signed with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League as a linebacker. He was assigned to the practice roster but was cut two months into the season.

Editor’s Opinion:

This was AWESOME. To have someone who made his name as a professional wrestler be the person who introduces the teams for the biggest sporting event of the year is great for the sport. It also once again demonstrates his star power and just how fantastic he is at what he does!

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