Carmella Participates In Special Olympics Dance Break (VIDEO); WWE Superstars Take Part In Anti-Bullying Rally

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Carmella Participates In Special Olympics Dance Break (VIDEO)

SmackDown Superstar Carmella teamed up with RAW Superstar Apollo Crews for the Play Unified to benefit the Special Olympics. The duo were joined by Dana Warrior, who also participated in the festivities at Raymond S. Kellis High School in Glendale, Arizona. Kellis High School is a Special Olympics Unified Champion School. The school offers programs for students with and without intellectual disabilities through whole school inclusive programming.

Carmella even took part in a dance break with Special Olympics athletes:

Apollo Crews participated in an arm wrestling match and when Arizona Diamondbacks star Cody Decker pulled out of that match, Crews found himself overwhelmed by an unexpected opponent:

Carmella, Crews, and Mark Andrews were also named team captains for the first ever Royal Rumble Special Olympics Flag Football game:

Readers may find out more about Kellis High School and the Inclusion Revolution HERE.

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WWE Superstars Take Part In Anti-Bullying Rally

While in Arizona for this weekend’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view, WWE Superstars Samoa Joe, Sin Cara, Dana Brooke, and Alicia Fox teamed up with Dana Warrior, Dasha Fuentes, and Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo for an anti-bullying rally in support of The Boys & Girls Club Of The East Valley.

The WWE Superstars took questions from children in attendance and also awarded certificates of recognition.

Readers can view photos from the Be A Star event below: