Dwayne Johnson first appeared in WWE as Rocky Maivia back in 1996. From then on, he has not looked back, as he became one of the best entertainers in WWE history.
This, article however focuses on his body ink that took two and half a days to ink.
The tattoo on his back, chest and left arm which are displayed by the pictures in this article took 60 hours
In 2003, Johnson took a trip to Hawaii to get his family heritage inked on his body by a Tahitian tattoo artist Po’oini Yrondi, Before getting started, Johnson and Yrondi chatted for hours and said a prayer according to reports by Biography.com.
The tattoo itself took 60 hours — divided into three 20 hour sessions — and the elaborate design represents "all the things that are important to me, that I love and that I’m passionate about," he said.
Among the symbolism are coconut leaves representing a Samoan chief-warrior, the sun for good fortune, two eyes of ancestors looking over him and a tortoise shell to fend off evil spirits. Also part of the design is a symbol showing three people in one, to show the bond between him, his then-wife and daughter.
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