Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson in Mourning After Losing His 'Good Bud' in Suspicious Event

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August 09, 2018Aug 09, 2018

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is one of the most captivating entertainers of all time! He has become a super successful Hollywood actor and has fans around the globe.

However, Dwayne didn't always start out in the spotlight. He worked his way up in the entertainment industry by gaining fame as a professional wrestler. Sadly, The Rock just lost an old pal from his wrestling days.

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Brian Christopher Lawler allegedly committed suicide at the age of 46. His death is still being investigated by officials because he was an inmate at the Hardeman County Jail at the time of his death. Lawler was found deceased in his cell.

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"RIP brother. Spent all week trying to process the hard loss of my good bud, Brian Christopher Lawler. He became a great friend the day I stepped foot in the small wrestling territory in the south known as the USWA to start my pro wrestling career. We rode together daily (1500 miles per week) trained together at any gym we could find, ate together at any Waffle House off the highway, wrestled together in flea markets to state fairs, shared motel rooms together, and would always dream (and talk shit;) about what life would be like once we made it to the big leagues of the WWE," he wrote.

The Rock wrote the emotional post on Instagram. Fans from around the globe reached out to express their condolences.

"Once we both finally made it to the big leagues of the WWE, nothing changed... we still did everything together. Including having nightly Madden tournaments after our wrestling matches in our motel room and then we’d extend our competitive spirit to a rowdy game of Wiffle Ball. Imagine us acting like crazy Wiffle Ball idiots at 2am in the parking lot of the Motel 6. Our jaws would hurt from laughing so hard. Then we’d finally take our butts to bed, hit the gym in the morning, drive 200 miles to the next town to wrestle and start the night all over again. I’ll miss these times now even more. Hurts my heart to know how Brian decided to check out. I never knew him to be suicidal, but I guess sometimes the pain just gets to be too much for one to take. I’ll miss you man and the times we had. Thanks for being a great friend. Thanks for being my boy. My love, light, support and strength to Brian’s father, Jerry Lawler and Brian’s mother, Kay as well as Brian’s family and friends. ~ DJ," concluded Johnson.

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