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WWE Renews Partnership with Special Olympics

WWE Superstar Rhea Ripley laughs while holding a yellow bowling ball.
WWE Superstar Rhea Ripley at the WWE and Special Olympics Unified bowling tournament.

21 November 2021. WWE and Special Olympics announced a multiyear partnership extension to promote and celebrate inclusion. The announcement came during a Unified bowling tournament at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City. Special Olympics CEO Mary Davis and WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon made the announcement on stage with WWE Superstar and Special Olympics Champion Ambassador Drew McIntyre, Former NFL Player and Special Olympics Global Ambassador Dale Moss, Special Olympics New Jersey and New York athletes and Special Olympics North America Regional President Tony Wyllie.

Directly after the announcement, Mary Davis and Drew McIntyre appeared on Cheddar News live to talk about the significance of the continuing partnership.

The following is an excerpt from the article titled Drew McIntyre on Working with Special Olympics: ‘The Positivity and Enthusiasm Has Changed My Life’ published by Sports Illustrated.
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While WWE Superstar Becky Lynch recounted her momentous year to Sports Illustrated, she highlighted her participation in the Special Olympics School of Strength fitness campaign and why working with the organization is so important to her.
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People Reports on newest Special Olympics Global Ambassador, Charles Melton.
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