The Rock completely understands why everyone wants him to run for President

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While I love the acid-freakout setup of the whole endeavor, the real selling point is the whole "blasted in the face" thing, which they really help you out with by providing super slow-mo replays.

Former wrestling champion and one of Hollywood's best-paid actors, Dwayne Johnson claims that he truly respects the political system from U.S.

"The groundswell has been incredible and I have to tell you I'm so incredibly flattered", Johnson told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" Thursday.

"This surge and the groundswell since then has really been wonderful", the wrestler-turned-actor told Jimmy Fallon on Thursday.

'I've been really been blown away, ' Johnson said.

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So, it sure sounds as though Johnson is leaving the door open for the possibility of running for office. "I gotta tell you, I'm so incredibly flattered - there's a national poll that just came out this past week ... that brought together Republicans and Democrats in saying that I would beat Donald Trump if we had an election today to become president".

Johnson said he has been amazed by the "surge and the groundswell" of attention he has received since mentioning he'd consider running in a GQ interview.

As the studio audience applauded Johnson, he added: 'Three and a half years is a long ways away.

When asked what qualities make him fit to be commander in chief, he said: 'I think more poised, less noise. "Buuuuut until that possible day, the most important thing right now is strong honest leadership from our current and future leaders of this country".