Before “The Perfect 10’s” main roster debut on Smackdown Live, he was participating in WrestleMania community events. Dillinger, alongside Zach Ryder, Ember Moon & Darren Young visited Prairie Lake Elementary in Orlando for WWE’s annual Reading Challenge.
Here is what Tye Dillinger had to say regarding the event:
“It’s kind of overwhelming. I mean that in the most humble way possible. This is something I don’t get to do a lot. My first time with WWE we weren’t as involved as we are now, to be here and reward children for all their hard work, especially during WrestleMania time. Everybody is in Orlando. So to be able to reward them for what they are doing, and trying to learn, it doesn’t get much better than that for me as a WWE superstar.”
“This all brings me back to being a kid. You often forget how much fun it was to be a kid. You forget the very cool things you get to experience. As a child, I never had a lot of celebrities or sports athletes come to my school. We had a couple of guest appearances, which was great. But to see their excitement and look in their eyes, they are just genuinely happy to see you.”
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