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The Rock: College Football Rookie Card Sells For $45K

The Rock

The Rock: Dwayne Douglas Johnson, also known as ‘The Rock’ is a Canadian-American actor born on May 2, 1972, in Hayward, California, United States.

He is a producer. And a businessman, former American football and Canadian football player retired professional wrestler as well. His upcoming movies are Fast and Furious 9, Jungle Cruise, Black Adam, Fast & Furious 10.


•Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

• Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

• The Fate of the Furious

• San Andreas

• Rampage

• Central Intelligence

• Skyscraper

• Moana

• Baywatch

• The Scorpion King

• Jumanji: The Next Level

• Fast Five

• Furious 7

• The Rundown

• The Game Plan

• Pain and Gain

• Hercules

• Walking Tall

• Snitch

• Faster

• Fast and Furious 6

• Tooth Fairy

• The Mummy Returns

• Doom

• Planet 51

• Get Smart

• The Other Guys

• Red Notice

• Be Cool

The Rock: College Football Rookie Card

The Rock

The Rock sold the football card for $45k and revealed it to everyone by himself. The Rock never had the opportunity to experience his fantasy about playing in the NFL, yet a playing card from his days at the University of Miami just went for five figures.

The WWE legend posted an Instagram photograph demonstrating his card going for $45,000 on eBay in front of Super Bowl Sunday:

This account of how my UNIV of MIAMI football card’s worth keeps on rising has gotten so strange to me

Playing in the @NFL was my fantasy and playing in the Super Bowl was my much greater dream. Obviously, neither one of the dreams worked out as expected for me yet years after the fact…

On SUPER BOWL Sunday my youngster card gets sold for 45K.

Congratulations to the triumphant bidder.

“I never made it as a player to the enormous dance, so this lowering incongruity isn’t lost on me the slightest bit.” Says Rock

The Bumble Bee Perforated card was given an ideal mint evaluation of 10/10 and drew 50 offers generally speaking. This is the most recent model in what’s become a flourishing exchanging card industry, for certain uncommon youngsters plunging right into the nine-figure range. In August, a Mike Trout newbie card went for almost $4 million, a world-record deal for an exchanging card.



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