Famed WWE wrestler John Cena recently left the ring to do something amazing for a fan in the crowd with special needs.
Cena can be seen in a video hopping over a divider and approaching a young man and his family. He leans down to talk to the man, who was in a wheelchair, while affectionally touching his head and then hands him one of his armbands.
Rare Country has more about the amazing interaction:
During a recent night of wrestling, after winning his match John left the mat and climbed the protective wall to embrace a young man he spotted in a wheelchair. In a video clip the WWE shared on Twitter, you can see John give him a gentle hug while speaking into his ear. He then shook hands with what appears to be the child’s parents or guardians. And before returning to the ring, he removed his armband and placed it on the tray of the young man’s wheelchair.
“That is what John Cena is all about,” the announcers could be heard saying as the tender moment unfolded. “The man wears his heart on his sleeve.”
— WWE (@WWE) February 13, 2018
This is hardly the first time Cena has done something incredibly kind for a fan, with Rare Country noting that he has made over 500 dreams come true for young people affiliated with “Make-A-Wish” — the first celebrity ever to cross that threshold.
“I just drop everything,” Cena told CNN in 2015. “If I can offer a fantastic experience, I’ll be first in line to do my part.”
What a great way to use one’s fame.