It's the news WWE fans have been fearing – Dwayne Johnson has formally hung up his boots and called time on his distinguished in-ring career.The Great One, 47, wound up one of the most unmistakable faces on earth during the WWE Attitude Era days during the 1990s and kept on commanding into the 2000s. Presently the trailblazing, eyebrow raising whiz is perhaps the greatest entertainer in Hollywood.And it was while advancing his most recent motion picture Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw on Live with Kelly and Ryan that he declared the immense stunner. The People's Champion stated: "I miss wrestling, I cherish wrestling. "Indeed, I do… I discreetly resigned from wrestling since I was fortunate enough to have only an extremely magnificent vocation and achieve what I needed to achieve, yet there's in no way like a live group, a live crowd, a live receiver as you both know." The Rock left WWE 15 years prior to set out on his silverscreen profession yet has come back to the squared-hover on a few events since, most prominently for two WrestleMania standoffs with John Cena in 2012 and 2013.