- John Cena surprised a sick seven-year-old boy amid the coronavirus crisis
- The former heavyweight champion gave the boy two WWE Titles, a signed t-shirt, hat and armbands
- The 43-year-old has held the WWE title 16 times, same as wrestling legend Rick Flair
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John Cena paid a surprise visit to a seven-year-old boy who is seriously ill for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The WWE superstar went to see David Castle, who is fighting a Wilms tumour, at his home in Tampa, Florida.
The 16-time world heavyweight champion handed over two WWE Titles, a signed t-shirt, a hat and armbands to the youngster.
According to WFLA News, Pasco County Fire Rescue service helped put the surprise together with the kid’s mother, Tammy Miller.
David was diagnosed with a Wilms tumour in October 2019 and was already in stage four upon diagnosis. His family have set up a GoFundMe page, aiming to raise money for David’s medical expenses.
Cena returned to the squared circle in Wrestlemania 36 with a match against Bray Wyatt, which he lost in an empty arena.
The 43-year-old has become a household name in Hollywood and he is now hosting Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader? on Nickelodeon.
He is well-known for his charity work and has granted over 650 wishes for the Make-A-Wish Foundation despite his packed schedule.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that Oscar De La Hoya has claimed that veteran boxer Mike Tyson is still relevant in the heavyweight division after a video of his training went viral.
The baddest man on the planet during his prime recorded 44 knockouts out of his 56 fights, which saw him dominate the heavyweight division.
Despite the troubles faced by the 53-year-old, he has risen to make a name for himself with movie appearances and podcasts and owns a cannabis company.
Tyson is currently preparing for an exhibition fight aimed at raising money for charity and a video clip of his frightening speed and punch power went viral.
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