WWE star Natalya has published her latest Calgary Sun blog and below is an excerpt:
This week on Twitter, @beppodn asked me where the most memorable place I’ve visited was while travelling the world with WWE.
Five years ago, I went on a trip that would change my life. I went to the African nation of Rwanda with WWE and The United Nations Foundation.
The purpose of the trip was to meet with refugees who had fled their homes because of the genocide and fighting that was happening in neighbouring countries. We wanted to give valuable supplies to the refugees who were in hiding and to offer our support in any way that we could.
I was fortunate enough to have the company of a small crew from WWE, along with my fellow WWE Superstar Alicia Fox. I had wrestled “Foxy” (as I call her) many times before in my career, but I feel like I truly didn’t know her until we got to bond over this life-changing trip, during which we met more than 30,000 refugees.
Rich Swann Making House of Hardcore Debut
Recently released WWE star Rich Swann will be making his House of Hardcore debut as seen below:
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— Tommy Dreamer (@THETOMMYDREAMER) February 16, 2018
Sami Zayn Given Humanitarian Award
As seen below, WWE Smackdown Live star Sami Zayn was honored The Syrian American Medical Socitety, as he was presented with a humanitarian award for his philanthropic efforts:
Last night @sams_usa presented me with The Humanitarian Award, an honor I can't put into words.
There are others who deserve acclaim far more than I do. Namely, the medical workers risking their lives to save others in Syria. Please support them.
— Sami Zayn (@SamiZayn) February 17, 2018