WWE stars speak to Bronx students about bullying

Several WWE superstars were at the Madison Square Boys and Girls Club at Columbus Clubhouse to speak to more than 100 kids and teenagers about bullying.



Students were shocked as the famous wrestlers admitted that they were once bullied.



Professional wrestler Sin Cara told the audience not to stay quiet when they witness bullying.



WWE superstars were also at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore visiting kids Wednesday night.



The WWE does these kinds of events every year the week leading up to WrestleMania and SummerSlam, which is this weekend in Brooklyn.


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