Dwayne Johnson hits the gym after 'sexiest' Thanksgiving dinner

Former WWE superstar Dwayne 'The Rock' JohnsonEmma McIntyre /Getty

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has hit the gym following a turkey Thanksgiving dinner. The Fast And Furious 8 actor took to social media to share a photo of his "Iron Paradise" to begin training and called it his "version of Black Friday".

Alongside the photo of several training equipments, he wrote, "Missed you, you ol' junkyard dog. Let's clang & bang #IronParadise #PostTurkeyDayTraining #OurVersionOfBlackFriday".

Previously, the 44-year-old actor shared photos from his Thanksgiving dinner, which includes a pie, alongside his People Magazine Cover featuring him as Sexiest Man Alive. The former WWE star took to Instagram to share a photo of his Thanksgiving dessert table, and captioned the image as, "Had a grateful Thanksgiving today. Sexiest Man Alive just swimming in warm pie".

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The former WWE star took to Instagram to share a photo of his Thanksgiving dessert table, and captioned the image as, "Had a grateful Thanksgiving today. Sexiest Man Alive just swimming in warm pie. As per yoosh. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone out there and I hope you created some great memories today with your families. ..and no one past or future will ever have as much fun with this title of#SexiestManAlive as I will;).#OnlyAteTheSexiestPartsOfTheTurkey#AsPerYoosh #HappyThanksgiving."

Previously, the Baywatch actor had opened up about his "candy asses" and "chicken s**t" comment over his Fast And Furious co-actors. Speaking to The Los Angeles Times on The Rock said said, "I was very clear with what I said. I've been in the game a long time."

However, he admitted that perhaps the studio was not happy with his decision to slam his co-stars, and revealed, "Would Universal [Pictures] have preferred that didn't happen? Sure, we talked about it. The irony is after that and as they do their tracking and all their analysis, the interest [in 'Fast 8'] shot through the roof to a whole other level."

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