Dwayne Johnson was born on May 2, 1971, in Hayward, California. When he was at college Dwayne played football at the University of Miami, and after that, he became a professional wrestler. He got the nickname “The Rock”. He even became a Hollywood movie star and he is loved by almost everybody.
And now happened something that little Dwayne never could imagine it would, he has good odds to become the President of the United States in 2020. Dwayne Johnson has 50-to-1 odds to become the 46th President of the United States of America.
There are some requirements you need to meet if you want to be the President of The United States. You need to be a natural born citizen of the United States, you need to be over 35 years old, and you need to be a resident for 14 years, and Dwayne meets them all.
There were some speculations that the will run for the president, but no one can confirm it for sure. There are many that have greater odds than The Rock, including President Donald Trump with 2-to-1 odds, Kamala Harris with 6-to-1 odds, Beto O’Rourke with 8-to-1 odds, Joe Biden with 14-to-1 odds and Bernie Sanders with 16-to-1 odds. It’s hard to imagine that Dwayne, a professional wrestler and movie star, could be sitting in the Oval Office next year. But nevertheless, it’s a great success for him to have such good odds, and to have only 16 people with greater odds than him.
There are some people that have the same 50-to-1 odds like Johnson, Eric Garcetti, Ro Khanna, Michelle Obama, Julian Castro, Nikki Haley, and even Oprah Winfrey. And the funny part is that he has greater odds than Hillary Clinton, who has only 80-to-1 odds to win the next presidential election.
There are some other celebrities that are on the list like George Clooney with 100-to-1 odds, Mark Cuban, Leonardo Di Caprio, and Will Smith with the same odds. Also, Stephen Colbert, Clay Travis, and Mark Zuckerberg are on the list with 150-to-1 odds to win if they run for the president.
It really is difficult to imagine The Rock pursuing politics and eventually sitting in the Oval Office, but the fact that he has better odds than other celebrities and even Hillary Clinton is fun.