Superstars grant their first wishes
Putting smiles on people’s faces is one of the highlights of a WWE Superstar’s job description. John Morrison and Sin Cara recently had the honor of granting the wishes of two happy Circle of Champions honorees who specifically requested to meet them – a first for both Superstars. (PHOTOS)
Morrison has met many Circle of Champions honorees in his seven years as a Superstar, but it was a special privilege to finally put a smile on the face of a teen who had specifically requested him.
“Honestly it makes me feel really good. Favaughn, I really appreciate it,” he told the 13-year-old from Kids Wish Network.
Favaughn, who met Morrison before Extreme Rules in Tampa, Fla., told WWE.com he enjoys watching Morrison’s agility and acrobatic abilities in the ring.
“I requested John Morrison because I think he’s very athletic,” he said. “He’s one of my favorite Superstars. He’s so awesome!”
Sin Cara recently granted his first wish as a Superstar with Make-A-Wish Foundation to 7-year-old Jair before a WWE event in Orlando, Fla.
Through a translator, Sin Cara expressed his gratitude and joy about being requested for a wish just months after his debut with WWE.
“I think it’s a beautiful thing that a child would want to meet me, and that his wish would be to meet me,” Sin Cara said.
The masked Superstar posed for photos with Jair and signed autographs for the smiling youngster and his big family.
“I love being with the public. I feel that it’s my duty to give back to them,” Sin Cara explained to WWE.com. “I’m very proud and honored that a child would ‘Make-A-Wish’ to meet me.”