Titus O’Neil Honored At Ebony Power 100 Gala; WWE Teams W/ The V Foundation To Fight Cancer

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Titus O’Neil Honored At Ebony Power 100 Gala

WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil was was honored at last evening’s Ebony 100 Power Gala alongside Michelle Obama, Todd Gurley, and Stephen Curry, as one of the most ‘influential black people in the world.’ O’Neil was accompanied by award winning gospel singer Yolanda Adams, who walked the red carpet with the WWE Superstar:

O’Neil took to Twitter in celebration of the honor, “Life is AMAZING AT TIMES….I grew up reading Ebony Magazine and now I’m honored to be selected as one of the most influential black people in the world joining Todd Gurley, Michelle Obama, and Stephen Curry and Many others who have effectively made an IMPACT!”

O’Neil also added, “Last night at the Ebony Magazine Ebony Power 100 I had the opportunity to Sit & Enjoy what God has Done with my life. I haven’t done anything outside of Being obedient to my Purpose,Love&Care 4others As others did for me&Above Everything else Unapologetically Be WHO GOD MADE ME TO BE.”

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WWE Teams W/ The V Foundation To Fight Cancer

WWE has been teaming with the V Foundation since 2016, in an effort to raise funds for pediatric cancer research and cancer programs. The foundation is named after legendary basketball coach Jim Valvano, who succumbed to cancer in 1993, at the age of 47. Only three short months before his tragic passing, Valvano gave an impassioned speech at the 1993 ESPY Awards & it is in that spirit that WWE notables Roman Reigns, Charlotte Flair, and Stephanie McMahon share the following:

Readers interested in teaming with the WWE and contributing to the V Foundation may do so HERE.