- The WWE wrestler and movie actor, John Cena, has yet again granted another kid’s wish come true.
- The superstar surprised David Castle, a 7-year-old boy from Odessa, Florida, who has stage 4 Wilms tumor.
- The actor brought gifts for David including a pair of WWE championship belts.
The WWE wrestler and movie actor, John Cena, goes above and beyond in the middle of the current health crisis, to bring smiles to others.
On Sunday, he visited a 7-year-old boy from Odessa, Florida, named David Castle, who has been battling stage 4 cancer, according to NBC affiliate WFLA.
The Pasco County Fire Rescue arranged the meeting of Cena and David. The actor went to the family’s home wearing mask and gloves to meet with him.
Tammy Miller, David’s mom, said that Cena even brought some gifts for her son which is very timely because David will be turning 8 on May 10. The gifts include a signed program and bobblehead, armbands, autographed shirts, a hat, and a pair of WWE championship belts.
When they learned he had Wilms tumor last fall, it was already in stage 4 and has spread throughout his body. The boy is still looking at months of chemotherapy and treatments.
Cena is the most requested celebrity in the Make-A-Wish Foundation and he has done a lot of good things to kids going through serious illnesses. In 2018 alone, he has made 580 wishes come true through the foundation. And the number has surely gone up massively now.
For him, every wish that made to come true, is memorable.
“They all stand out,” he told TODAY. “The most important thing is making the experience special because it’s their wish. It’s a spectacular thing. … When you give them happiness, they get an escape. You don’t know the power of hope. Hope can equate to time and that’s absolutely priceless.”