John Cena's Fans Thank WWE Star In Powerful 'Never Give Up' Video

John Cena's Fans Thank WWE Star In Powerful 'Never Give Up' Video

John Cena's Fans Thank WWE Star In Powerful 'Never Give Up' Video

In a video from Cricket Wireless, Cena was on set to read letters from fans he had helped over the years.

John Cena's WWE career has been about more than winning championships and becoming an worldwide superstar.

In a recent video from Cricket Wireless, Cena can be seen reading letters from fans who have overcome obstacles in life that most will never have to endure.

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As the 16-time heavyweight champion read the letters out loud, the fans listened in secret backstage before they surprised Cena to show their appreciation.

The 40-year-old WWE star, who is a known philanthropist and activist, has granted over 500 wishes for the Make-A-Wish foundation in the past.

But the feature story was from a young boy named Tyler, who Cena once gave a wristband too during a WWE performance. 'At a young age he has such great perspective. As the video ends, Cena says, "it's really cool to see".

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Schweer rushed in to greet Cena from the next room and the wrestler gave the little boy a warm hug. The youngster, who was previously gifted a wristband from Cena ringside, presented the symbol of hope to his mother during her cancer battle.

"Just remember that you guys do the work, ' he said while fighting back his tears". That's when Tyler and his mom surprise Cena, getting to thank him to his face, and showing him the wrist band that helped save her life. You all lead by example, and I mean it when I say it: "Don't ever give up". "And it's a reaffirming message of being mindful that your actions affect those close to you".

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