AEW Superstar Paul Wight has donated the shirt of his back to benefit Wrestling For Warriors on his recent virtual meet and greet on FanRoom Live. 

Wrestling For Warriors Executive Director Christopher Holt and a Warrior named Teddy Quinn had the opportunity to speak with Paul Wight on FanRoom Live. Teddy is a Warrior, aka a child who has a disability or terminal illness, yet continues to fight against it on a daily basis… all while never showing signs of giving up. At the end of their conversation Paul did the unthinkable and offered to donate the shirt off his own back (his signature no more BS shirt)  to be auctioned off to benefit Wrestling For Warriors. The auction will be live in Mid-June on all the way until Christmas Eve! 

Paul Donald Wight II (AKA “Big Show”) is an American actor, professional wrestler, and professional wrestling commentator. He is signed to All Elite Wrestling as an in-ring performer as well as a commentator for its forthcoming web television show, AEW Dark: Elevation.

Wrestling For Warriors:

The inspiration for “Wrestling For Warriors” was discovered after reflecting back on just how much of a positive impact professional wrestling, and it’s larger than life characters, has had on us throughout some of the greatest hardships of our lives.

Each event that WFW organizes and promotes will have a different cause associated with it. A few examples of this would be Pediatric Cancer, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Neurofibromatosis, among others.

The net profits from each event will go directly to the associated cause, helping fund their respective research efforts. Additionally, WFW will utilize a portion of the net profit to purchase medical equipment for those who are in attendance, afflicted with the associated cause and prescribed the equipment by a physician yet are unable to acquire it on their own due to insurance company denial.

Lastly, we understand the importance of giving those who are fighting against illness, something to smile about. That’s why we created the “Warrior Plus” program. This program will allow any Warrior, which we consider to be a child fighting against disability or illness, to submit a request to meet the wrestlers in a VIP setting, at NO COST, during the event they are attending. More information can be found by clicking the “Refer A Warrior” tab.

We here at “Wrestling For Warriors” consider it an honor, a privilege and a blessing to promote these events. We hope that our efforts to raise awareness and needed capital, will lead to finding cures and eventually bettering the lives of those who are such an inspiration, in ours.

The FanRoom Live platform helps actors, musicians, comedians, sports stars, and other popular figures engage and interact seamlessly with their supporters virtually. These sessions are always very interactive and more like a meet ’n’ greet and Q&A town-hall-style meetings.

FanRoom Live is a digital platform that connects actors, authors, comedians, athletes, and celebrities to their fans in an intimate platform of virtual events conducted like “town-hall” meetings. FanRoom Live events feature Q&A sessions, giving fans access never experienced before.  

FanRoom Live is the brilliant collaboration of an actor/producer, talent agent and celebrity event producer in response to the pandemic that stilled the entertainment industry. Fighting boredom, depression and isolation, the public is hungry for normalcy. Cedric The Entertainer, award-winning actor, producer, and comedian, Mich Faulkner, CEO of 123 Talent, and Jeff Krauss, President of event production and entertainment company IE Group, designed a new reality. They brought on Host and CO-EP Jae Benjamin, as well as, CO-EP and Co-Host, Stacey Toy. Pooling their talents and resources, they created a solution for staying home and social distancing while getting an intimate entertainment fix for eager fans. Artists connect with fans in ways never possible before. FanRoom Live became an instant success. Previous guests of FanRoom Live include Cedric The Entertainer, George Lopez, D.L. Hughley, Brant Daugherty, Holland Roden, Kurt Angle, Paul Wight, Kenny Aronoff, Leland Sklar, Jake The Snake Roberts, Richard Kline, Sean Kanan, Morgan Fairchild and George Wayne the former Vanity Fair scribe. 

Watch the amazing video here:

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