“Russell Wilson, More Like Young Dwayne Johnson”: Broncos QB’s Style & Diction are Similar to That of “The Rock”?

Dwayne Johnson and Russell Wilson

Russell Wilson is one of the most optimistic figures the NFL world has ever seen. His transfer to the Broncos last year was the biggest news of the season. However, he had such a disastrous 2022 season that several experts ended up calling his $245 million deal with Denver the worst transaction in recent sports history.

‘Let’s Ride,’ which used to be Wilson’s go-to slogan, quickly turned into a meme as internet trolls left no stone unturned when it came to bashing the veteran quarterback. However, despite all this, Russell seems confident about his chances of making a thumping comeback in the upcoming season.

Dwayne Johnson and Russell Wilson aren’t that dissimilar after all

Wilson is very vocal when it comes to expressing the motivational thoughts that always seem to surround his head. However, some even call this habit of his an extremely cringey one. Right from sharing Steve Harvey’s motivational quotes on Instagram, to using super heavy words mid-game while communicating with his mates as if he is in the middle of an actual war, Wilson often gets attacked for being a bit too cheesy.

While some also like Wilson’s style of doing things, there is a special set of people on Twitter who think that Russell’s style is in fact quite similar to that of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s. In their defense, Wilson does seem to have a heavy voice, quite similar to ‘The Rock.’

Moreover, a while ago, one of Dwayne’s old photos had gone viral on social media in which he was looking a lot like present day Russell Wilson. Their hairstyle, mannerism, and in fact their smiles also looked a bit similar in the pictures. While the two stars are drastically different when it comes to physical stature, it appears as if they are not too different from one another if we take other factors into consideration.

‘The Rock’ & Russell Wilson believe in giving back to the community

There is one more factor which unites the two athletes, their passion when it comes to giving back to the community is unmatched. Russell Wilson, as per Federal Tax Records, spent around $600,000 in 2020 and 2021 in charitable ventures. Moreover, along with his wife Ciara, the veteran QB donated around a million meals to the less fortunate during Covid times.

Similarly, Dwayne Johnson also utilizes every opportunity to give back to the community quite efficiently. A massive football fan who couldn’t excel in the field, Johnson donated $1 million to the University of Miami a few years back so that they could improve their football facility.

Moreover, the Hollywood hunk, in total, supports around 12 charities including the likes of “I Have a Dream Foundation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Parkinson Society Maritime Region, and Red Cross.”

Related Posts

The AV-8B Plus Harrier, is a modernized version of the venerable AV-8 Harrier, bringing it up to 4th generation fighter standards.

As early as the late 1960s, Italy had been interested in the Hawker Siddeley Harrier, but was hindered by a 1937 Italian law that prohibited the navy from operating fixed-wing…

Read more

At the World Defense Show 2024, Saudi Arabia presented an 8×8 155mm self-propelled howitzer.

Saudi Arabia seeks to enhance the firepower of its artillery units by acquiring modern artillery systems with improved range, accuracy, and lethality. The Saudi Arabian artillery modernization program emphasizes the…

Read more

The Argentine Army has recently upgraded its armored capabilities with the introduction of the upgraded TAM 2C.

The Tanque Argentino Mediano (TAM) has long been the cornerstone of Argentina’s armored forces. As the landscape of modern warfare continues to evolve, the need for upgrades to the TAM…

Read more

1971 Plymouth Cuda Barn Find Looks Terrible, But Survived A Fire – video

Things are not going well for this 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda Convertible. The owner’s garage caught fire with this muscle car inside. He was able to get this vehicle out, but…

Read more

This 1969 Mustang Boss 302 Was A Dodge Double Agent

Chrysler bought the high-revving Mustang to help it develop its Dodge Challenger T/A and Plymouth AAR Cuda rivals Though some car fans flit from brand to brand, many know what…

Read more

Ford Considers Four-Door Mustang And Hybrid Options, Rejects Muscle EV

  The rumors swirling around a four-door Mustang were ignited by an official sketch released back in 2022. This sketch served as inspiration for digital artist Sugar Chow, who crafted realistic…

Read more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *