Vince McMahon & Macho Man’s Characters On “Young Rock” Revealed

Young Rock debuts this week on NBC and wrestling fans will likely be pleased to know that two iconic personalities from the industry will be portrayed on the show. The Rock took to social media recently to reveal who will be playing the roles of Vince McMahon and “Macho Man” Randy Savage on the show.

Randy Savage, played by Kevin Makely:

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Vince McMahon, played by Adam Ray:

Kevin Makely’s IMDB credits include Badland and Zeroville. Adam Ray was the voice of Slimer in the 2016 version of Ghostbusters. He was also a cast member on the 2016 reboot of MadTV.

Young Rock Additional Cast

More cast:

  • Joseph Lee Anderson – Rocky Johnson
  • Brett Azar – The Iron Sheik
  • Robert Crayton – Warren Sapp
  • Matthew Willig – Andre the Giant
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The Rock talks about Young Rock

After the show was announced, Rock posted a video to social media where he spoke about the show.

“We’re going to find the Rock wreaking havoc in the streets of Hawaii getting arrested,” Johnson said in the above video. “We were forced to leave the island and move to all places, Nashville, Tennessee. Those were the years that were very formative and helped shape me. The confluence of wild personalities that came in and out of my life during these times are just fascinating.”

The Rock also recently discussed Young Rock on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon:

Young Rock on NBC

Young Rock premieres Tuesday, February 16th on NBC. Here’s the official premise:

“As Dwayne Johnson runs for president in 2032, he takes a comedic look back at his extraordinary life through the outrageous stories of his family and youth that shaped him into the man he is today. He explores his childhood years living amid influential wrestling icons while his dad rose to fame in the business, his rebellious teenage years attending high school in Pennsylvania, and his football years teamed up with powerhouse players at the University of Miami. In his telling, Johnson explains that while his experiences have been larger than life, he remains a down-to-earth guy who still relates to the American people.

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