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The Rock's Makes $46 Million In 12 Months, NFL Rookie Planning WWE Career
By Michael Bluth
Jul 16, 2013 - 4:17:32 PM

- Forbes.com has ranked the highest paid actors of 2013 - and Dwyane "The Rock" Johnson came in at #5. From June '12-'13, it's estimated that The Rock pulled in approximately $46 million.

- NESN.com has an interview up with rookie NFL star Brennan Williams of the Houston Texans, who says he "100%" plans to look into a WWE career after he's had a lengthy career playing football.

"I’ve got connections to Jim Ross and Booker T now," said Williams. "Those are opportunities that a lot of guys otherwise wouldn’t have," said Williams.

"Some of the more talented guys [in WWE] are little guys, but the guys they’re looking for are big strong, muscular-looking guys. There’s obviously a lot of them in football.”

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