The XFL officially has a return date.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson announced that the league will return to action in the spring of 2022. He shared a tweet Thursday morning with a hype video narrated by himself and business partner Dany Garcia.

“As owners, we’re proud to champion our XFL players, coaches, cities and fans into an electrifying 2022 season! It’s an uphill battle – but we’re hungry, humble and no one will outwork us. A league of culture, passion & purpose,” Johnson tweeted.

An investor group, which included The Rock, bought the league for $15 million in early August. The XFL declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy in April, and it sought a buyer for months before The Rock and others purchased the league.

Johnson’s investors, which includes business partner Garcia and RedBird Capital Partners, initially planned to play next season. However, it appears they will skip a season and return in the spring of 2022.

The XFL has folded twice after 1 season — 2001 and 2020. This spring, the league averaged around 1.9 million viewers and generated around $20 million in revenues.

The hype video is below: