WWE Star Big Show Gives Shout Outs to Athletes in Sports Illustrated Interview

Novie Craven and Bobby Jones holding WWE championship belts along with Big Show.
Novie Craven (Special Olympics DC), Big Show (Special Olympics Global Ambassador) and Bobby Jones (Special Olympics Virginia) pose at Special Olympics Headquarters in Washington, DC.

Sport Illustrated recently featured an article about how WWE Superstar Big Show, a Special Olympics Global Ambassador, is supporting athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Novie Craven and Bobby Jones, two Special Olympics athletes and staff members at Special Olympics International Headquarters, offered insights into their interaction with Big Show over the years.


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