Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has opened up about being totally penniless before he shot to popularity as a grappler and afterward got favour in Hollywood.

It was back in 1996 when the entertainer, presently 48, took to the WWE stage in Texas for his first ever fight against Brooklyn Brawler.

Pondering his life at that point, The Rock has as of late uncovered that he was unable to try and bear to purchase the legitimate wrestling gear.

Therefore, he had to acquire his uncle’s wrestling shorts just as his father’s old wrestling boots.

Taking to web-based media on Thursday, Dwayne shared a few legacy snaps to celebrate the second that he broke onto the WWE scene 25 years prior.

“Not only had I never wrestled an actual real match before, but I had never wrestled in front of people,” Johnson wrote alongside the post.

“And I was so broke, the only thing I could afford to buy was a pair of white volleyball knee pads.”

Dwayne, who presently flaunts an effective acting profession and was even once chosen via vote as the Sexiest Man alive, conceded that he was thankful for his inconceivable voyage through the most recent 25 years.

He added: “Man I look at this picture in complete awe and gratitude for the wild, unpredictable journey and at times – the tough roads this hard working, fanny pack wearing kid would go down.”

Dwayne was immediately immersed with acclaim as fans shared their blessings of his factual, sincere and motivating reminiscence.