its about drive it’s about power lyrics

RumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face off
Spirit of a lion describes my soulGive it up to Zion, then my fire growsWishin’ of a riot inside my lobeAm I trippin’? Is the highest when I fight my foes?Bip, I’ma hit ’em with this, you ’bouta get yo’ ass kickedMy technique is so sick, I’m ’bout to make the hit quickWhole lotta muscle (chyeah), you don’t wanna be in a tussle (chyeah)Better than me? That’s rubbleYou want trouble? What’s up, dawg?Feelings hot to kill a top guerillaDrop and kneel to pops, I grilled the oppFor real, your clock it yield and stopYour will is shot, the deal was knock ya ’til you plopI got the hell comin’ your wayYou softer than a thing of YoplaitNever competitive with the better kid, I go crayGonna be deaded because I fed it to the mo’ gravesWhen you wake up in that wet bloodAin’t no way you ’bout to get upHow you know that I taxed yo’ ass‘Cause you got the motherfuckin’ check stubAlways gonna have to pay cost when you steppin’ in my way bossWhen I build steel and you stay soft, you’re gonna punk out when we face off
RumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’
Rumble there young man, they rumbleRun up, get a combo, quickly help you understand but stay humbleDon’t nobody wanna talk about the weight of the worldThe weight of the world’ll make ’em all crumbleAnd I might stumble, but I pick myself up, brush myself off, my thoughts of a goddamn bossI am at they neck like I’m Malcolm X, like I’m Dr. King, like I’m Cornell WestLike I’m Huey P., like I’m Booker T., like I’m Rosa Parks, I’ma need my restNiggas know what I’m ’bout, I’ll run up in yo’ houseFeet up all on your couch, sock you right in your mouthI ain’t after no clout, it could really go southI’m prepared to go to battle whenever there is a boutI am Muhammad, Ali, I’m payin’ the homage, policy is to be honestI take it beyond it though, I can relate to ebonics and really I hate to be ominousAll of your hate is too obvious, I am the hustle, the muscle, I play for the audienceI am a gangster with knowledge, if you wanna enter the ring, I would hate to be oppositeJab with the right, jab with the left, jab with the right, now you got ’em all staggerin’He gon’ come back with the right back with the leftThat’s when you step to the side, now daggerYou gon’ be damned if you do, damned if you don’t, bastard, I’m like Cassius my swaggerIt really don’t matter, pardon, I’m hardened, lawless the Martian, kickin’ that jargon (ah)
RumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’
Barber cape off how I’m givin’ a fadeBased off the description I gaveCut the game off, I’m a Street FighterBeat breaks off like the whip on the stageHand out, ass whippings my plateHaters ate off, yeah, get Hitler a steakIt’ll be chaos like a emerald chaseWhen I face off in a Nicolas CageYeah, I’m livin’ in ragePunch a pussy-nigga like I’m fistin’ his babeI was sittin’ in the ‘spital, goin’ mentalDoc had told me they’ll forget me, but they didn’t, I remember them daysAnd I don’t wanna be Batman, nigga, I’m BaneLiterally how the venom enters my veinsSince a little one, Killa really been sick in the brainAnd the more I think about it, my life was twisted (wait)Reminiscin’ on my mom and dad, would wonderWhy they couldn’t reach out, like they didn’t have my numberFightin’ for my sanity, I never had the hungerPut a nigga under ground quick, that’s a bunkerShock ’em like I’m Master’s brotherBetter pick your battles, busters halfway underHit more times than acupunctureWhen it comes to rumblin’, I’m AfrothunderReally it be funny when I kick it to you dummiesHow I’m grippin’ on this iron when I’m rhymin’ on the micBecause it really will get bloody like I’m kickin’ it with buddiesWhen I beat a nigga up like I was Iron nigga MikeI tell ’em they don’t wanna tussle when I’m at ’em, they gon’ dropBet you that he stumble when I jab ’em then I crossLeave a nigga humble, like damn, when can he drop?‘Cause really we can rumble like Jackie in the Bronx, we gon’
RumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face offThey gon’ rumbleThey gon’ take yo’ face off (chyeah)
It’s about drive, it’s about powerWe stay hungry, we devourPut in the work, put in the hours and take what’s ours (ahoo)Black and Samoan in my veinsMy culture bangin’ with StrangeI change the game, so what’s my motherfuckin’ name (Rock)(What they gonna get though?)Desecration, defamation, if you wanna bring it to the massesFace to face, now we escalatin’, when I have to put boots to assesMean on ya, like a dream when I’m rumblin’, you’re gonna scream mamaSo bring drama to the King Brahma (then what?)Comin’ at you with extreme mana
Awoo, awoo, awoo
Thank you brother tech n9ne
Thank you teremana
One take, that’s a wrap
Face off

Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Michael “The Rock” Johnson is an American actor, producer, martial artist, and professional wrestler. He began his acting career in 1995 starring alongside Steven Seagal in Above the Law, followed by supporting roles in such films as The Scorpion King, Doom, XXX, and The Game Plan. In 2003, he starred in the action film The Rundown, and later starred in the buddy comedy Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. His breakthrough role came in 2005 with the release of The Tooth Fairy, in which he portrayed a dentist who loses his memory and becomes a child’s imaginary friend. Johnson received widespread critical acclaim for his performance and won several awards including the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Villain.

Johnson subsequently played the lead role in Fast Five, a spinoff of The Fast and the Furious franchise, and starred in the science fiction thriller San Andreas, both of which grossed over $500 million worldwide. In 2007, he co-starred with Seagal in the box office hit The Other Guys, which earned him another Golden Globe nomination. Johnson next starred opposite Bruce Willis in the action comedy Central Intelligence, which became one of the highest-grossing movies of 2009.

Early life

Johnson was born in Hayward, CA on May 2, 1972. He grew up in Charlotte, NC, attending Montclair Elementary School and Shepherd Glen Elementary School, graduating from Hamden Middle School in 1990. In 1991, Johnson moved to Hamden, CT, where he attended Freedom High School. There, his high school football coach, Jody Cwik, noticed the young man’s potential and recruited him to play football for the Freedom Bulldogs.

Football career

Johnson played four seasons at Miami, starting 39 games while helping the Hurricanes win three bowl games. He had 19 tackles his freshman season, including six sacks, and finished second on the team in both tackles and sacks as a sophomore. In 1993, Johnson led the nation with 15½ sacks and was named All-Big East Conference. He earned third-team All-America honors as a junior and was selected as a finalist for the Butkus Award, given annually to college football’s best linebacker.

In 1994, Johnson was suspended indefinitely by coach Jimmy Johnson for violating NCAA rules. He was reinstated in 1995, but transferred to Penn State University prior to the start of the 1995 season.

Canadian Football League

Johnson was drafted by the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders in the sixth round, 52nd overall, of the 1995 NFL Draft. He went to training camp with the team in August 1995, but was cut during preseason cuts on September 5, 1995. After being cut, Johnson returned to college football.

Professional wrestling career

Johnson signed with World Championship Wrestling (WCW), where he became one half of the tag team known as “The Outsiders.” In WCW, Johnson had a successful run as a singles competitor; he won the United States Heavyweight Title twice, held the WCW World Tag Team Titles once, and participated in the 1998 WCW/nWo Monday Nitro Battle Royal, finishing second place. He left WCW in 1999.

After leaving WCW, Johnson returned to Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he wrestled in independent promotions such as Pro Wrestling NOAH, International Wrestling Cartel, and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). In 2004, Johnson joined TNA, where he served as the head trainer and later the Director of Talent Relations. While working for TNA, he formed a tag team with fellow Canadian wrestler Davey Richards called “The Motor City Machine Guns,” which lasted until 2009.

In 2010, Johnson was hired by WWE as the director of talent relations, a position he held until 2013. During his tenure with WWE, Johnson worked closely with John Cena, CM Punk, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, Triple H, Kane, Zack Ryder, Dolph Ziggler, Chris Jericho, Big E Langston, Rusev, Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Bray Wyatt, Finn Balor, Dean Ambrose, AJ Styles, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Kofi Kingston, Naomi, Shinsuke Nakamura, and many others.

World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment

The WWE Hall of Fame class of 2017 will feature one inductee who never won a major championship during his career. This man is none other than “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. His induction ceremony will take place on April 7th in Orlando, Florida.

The Nation of Domination (1997–1998)

Stone Cold Steve Austin was one of the most dominant wrestlers during the Attitude Era of professional wrestling. He held several championships throughout the 1990s, including the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the ECW Championship, the WCW United States Championship, and the WWF/E Intercontinental Championship. During the late 90s, he was also known for his rivalry with Bret “Hitman” Hart over the WWF Intercontinental Championship.

On the April 28, 1997 edition of Raw Is War, Austin faced off against wrestler Owen Hart in a singles match. As Austin attempted a pinfall attempt on Hart, however, he accidentally landed on his leg, causing him to drop down awkwardly onto the ring mat. This caused Austin to suffer a legitimate knee injury, forcing him to vacate the championship.

Austin returned just four days later on the May 4th edition of Raw Is War. However, due to his injury, Austin was unable to compete in a scheduled rematch with Hart for the Intercontinental Championship. Instead, Austin was forced to defend the title against another member of his team, The Undertaker. On the June 29th edition of Raw Is WAR, Austin successfully defended the title against Taker in a steel cage match.

Afterwards, Austin began feuding with fellow DX members Triple H and Shawn Michaels. On the July 27th edition of Raw Is Warrior, Austin challenged Triple H for the WWF Intercontinental Championship, but failed to win the belt. Later that same month, Austin teamed up with Michaels to defeat Triple H and Jeff Jarrett in a tag team match on the August 3rd edition of Raw Is War; however, both men were disqualified for attacking each other.

At SummerSlam ’97, Austin defended the Intercontinental Championship against Michaels in a Falls Count Anywhere match. While Austin dominated much of the match, Michaels managed to kick Austin into submission near the end of the bout. Afterwards, Austin attacked Michaels backstage, resulting in a disqualification loss for Austin at SummerSlam.

In September, Austin continued his feud with Michaels, defeating him in a submission match at Unforgiven ’97. On the October 13th edition of Raw Is Warriors, Austin again took on Michaels in a submission match, which Austin won via countout.

On the November 30th edition of Raw Is Wars, Austin received help from Michaels in winning a squash match against Triple H. Austin then turned on Michaels and helped Triple H beat him in a handicap match.

WWF Champion and rise to superstardom (1998–2000)

The Rock began wrestling for World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as a face character in late 1997. He debuted on the December 26 episode of Monday Night Raw under the name Rocky Maivia, a combination of his real surname and nickname “Rocky”. His gimmick revolved around being a cocky, arrogant, tough guy who liked to talk trash and fight. In early 1998, he formed an alliance with fellow wrestler Dwayne Johnson known as DX, short for Double Dudes. After forming the tag team, the duo won the WWF Tag Team Championship twice before splitting up. On June 11, 1999, The Rock became the number one contender for the WWF Heavyweight Championship following a match against Triple H, but lost via disqualification.

On July 22, 2000, The Rock left WWE for WCW, becoming a villain once again. During his tenure there, he competed in the 2001 Royal Rumble match, where he eliminated Shawn Michaels, but failed to capture the championship. The Rock returned to WWE in 2002, winning the Royal Rumble match and the Undisputed WWE Title from Brock Lesnar before losing it to Kurt Angle later that month. Following WrestleMania XXIV, The Rock announced his retirement from professional wrestling.

In 2004, The Rock made a cameo appearance in the video game WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006, which was released on October 18, 2005. In the game, The Rock appears as a playable character.

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