TEN-YEAR-OLD Chloe Streeter proved the bigger they are the harder they fall as she took on Hollywood star Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson at a classic video game.

Chloe is the daughter of Nick Streeter, fundraiser for Charlbury-based charity SpecialEffect, which adapts video games for young people with learning and physical disabilities.

Through the charity’s links with the video games industry Chloe, who has an undiagnosed condition and suffers motor control problems, got the opportunity to work for online entertainment channel The Hook and interview the movie star about his new film Rampage.

She also got to take him on at the classic game of the same name.

Thanks to SpecialEffect, the youngster has been playing video games for years and gave the Hollywood star a hard time on Rampage, which The Rock's movie is based on.

Chloe was joined for the day by seven-year-old Trevon Obih.

Mr Streeter, 44, said: “I was very proud to see Chloe and young Trevon interviewing and taking on The Rock at Rampage on the Xbox at a London hotel last week.

“Chloe went along with her mum Alison and had a great day.

“Chloe has been gaming with SpecialEffect for years so it’s not surprising she troubled The Rock - at one point he said ‘she keeps trying to kill me in this game’ and his assistants said ‘she’s beating The Rock’.

“Chloe loved meeting him - when she got home she said ‘he’s huge dad’.”

Mr Streeter said SpecialEffect adapted a games console for Chloe a few years ago but her condition has improved so she can now use a normal controller on her Xbox.

He added: “Chloe has been telling her schoolfriends about the day and the headteacher said ‘well done’ at the school gates.”

Chloe said: “The Rock was awesome - I really enjoyed playing Rampage with him.”

Mr Streeter said SpecialEffect staff worked hard to create Chloe’s first gaming set-up five years ago.

He added: “We would never have believed the same plucky kid would be taking on and beating a Hollywood superstar five years later!”

Rampage came out as an arcade game in 1986, with players take control of gigantic monsters to try to survive against military forces.

Oxford actress Florence Pugh, 22, is starring alongside wrestler-turned actor Mr Johnson in Fighting With My Family, out later this year. She plays WWE wrestler Paige.

SpecialEffect is staging a Twin Town Challenge, from May 25 to May 28, with more than 100 cars heading from Witney to twin town Le Touquet in France to raise an estimated £250,000.