The Rock still isn't ruling out a possible Presidential run.
With Donald Trump proving that anyone in the WWE Hall of Fame can become President, The Rock's name has once again been brought up for a potential run given his overall popularity in America.
The Rock didn't rule out a potential run during an interview with USA Today and, when a poll came out earlier this year revealing 46 percent of Americans would support him, Rock said it would be an honor to serve the people.
Speaking to Vanity Fair, The Rock (Dwayne Johnson) once again commented on a potential Presidential run.
“You know, at the end of the day, I don’t know the first thing about politics. I don’t know the first thing about policy. I care deeply about our country. I care about every fucking American who bleeds red, and that’s all of them. And—there’s no delusion here—I may have some decent leadership qualities, but that doesn’t necessarily make me a great presidential candidate. That’s where I am today," he said.
Rock admits he has talked to people in politics and done “a small amount of research and analysis to see where this comes from and to see what it could look like in the future,” and adds suggestively that “indicators are all very positive—in, for example, 2024, and in, for example, 2028."
Before The Rock declares his candidacy for President, he will star in Red Notice, which premieres on November 12.
As far as wrestling goes, it remains unknown if or when he will return to the ring, but he did speak to Becky Lynch ahead of WWE SummerSlam. You can find Lynch's comments about her conversation with The Rock by clicking here.