WWE stars visit BX school to stop bullying

Some of the biggest wrestling stars on the planet were in the Bronx today, visiting a local middle school to help spread the word about

THE BRONX - Some of the biggest wrestling stars on the planet were in the Bronx today, visiting a local middle school to help spread the word about their anti-bullying campaign.

The campaign, named 'Be a Star,' hopes to teach students to show tolerance and respect to others.

WWE Champion Sheamus and the other wrestlers told students about their own personal experiences with bullying.

The event was attended by 350 middle school students from grades six through eight.

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