Hollywood chaos requires actors to have a backup plan. XFL League supporter Dwayne Johnson is investing quite a bit of his money into American football as well.
Dwayne Johnson quit The Fast and the Furious franchise after beef with co-star Vin Diesel. Jumanji actor found other ways to earn money. $15 million was invested in the XFL League.
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Dwayne Johnson Invests $15 Million in the XFL
There aren't as many teams in the XFL as in the NFL. A few XFL losses had occurred before The Rock's involvement. A financial loss also led to suspension in 2020.A financial loss also led to suspension in 2020.
The Red Notice actor is a football fan, and he supported the XFL during its rough times.
Johnson invested $15 million to revive the league and provided some great guidelines. An estimated 38,000 people turned out to watch the XFL league in St. Louis.
A new XFL attendance record was officially set this past week by Dwayne Johnson, who thanked fans for their support on Twitter. The XFL attendance record was officially set in St. Louis this past week by Dwayne Johnson.