This is so beautiful and tragic. WWE are a wonderful company who do so much, and hearing Connor’s father say that he’s convinced WWE’s work with his son extended his life is magically bittersweet.
I knew this was going to be a tough watch, and as soon as Stephanie started tearing up, so did I, but it’s ultimately incredibly heart-warming.
I don’t think that a lot of people truly understand just how important the WWE is to foundations like Make-A-Wish, the Special Olympics, and so on. How many other companies do you know that not only give their time and money to the people involved in these foundations, but also regularly feature them in their product?
This is a beautiful video for many reasons. Knowing that the company helped this child and his father is important, but I think what’s even more important is hearing how Connor changed the lives of so many others himself.
In the back I see many potential legends, some of them with Warrior spirits, and you will do the same for them. You will decide if they live for the passion and intensity, so much so that you will tell your stories and you will make them legends as well. I am Ultimate Warrior; you are the Ultimate Warrior fans and the spirit of Ultimate Warrior will run forever!
I can’t tell which tap the ref. called: AJ’s hand making Naomi tap, or Naomi tapping-out herself. Ref jumped up as soon as he seen Naomi’s hand on the mat, and King followed with a “Hey, Wait!!”. This is either a clean submit/win and nothing, or there will be a one-on-one rematch on RAW for storyline.
Today, I am burdened with an incredibly upsetting announcement. Last year, Tumblr was acquired by Yahoo!. Yahoo! attempted to make money from Tumblr, but failed. The cost of operating Tumblr vastly exceeds the income generated by the site.