The first version of his bull tattoo took place in 1998 and was his first tattoo. This Brahma bull would become synonymous with The Rock as his stock with the WWF (later WWE) skyrocketed, transforming him into a household name. The smaller bull was then later transformed in 2017 with the help of Nikko Hurtado where it grew into a black/gray half sleeve.
Yomico Moreno was then given the task of taking the bull to its third evolution. Channeling the waves experienced as a child in Hawaii, the updated bull sees a full border of water to represent power and protection, and to celebrate what the ocean means in Polynesian culture. Fans of Dwayne Johnson can watch the mini-doc above to get a more personal look at his life, the evolution of his bull tattoo, and how the pandemic has influenced him this past year.
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