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Kansas City Chiefs Player Uses WWE Title To Console Child After Shooting, More



A great story coming out of Kansas City, MO tonight, this after a mass shooting took place during the team’s celebratory parade on Wednesday.

According to a report from ESPN, Kansas City Chiefs player Trey Smith used the Chiefs’ custom WWE Championship to calm a child after the shooting took place. As many of you know, one person was left dead and another 22 were injured during a shooting at the parade. The shooting was the result of a personal dispute between several men.

Smith, an offensive lineman with the team, had a WWE Championship at the celebration and shared it with a young boy to calm him down. He said,

“I was thinking, what can I do to help him out? I just handed him the belt: ‘Hey buddy, you’re the champion. No one’s going to hurt you, man. We’ve got your back.’”

The official YouTube channel of DDP Yoga posted a video looking at Butterbean’s comeback to have one more boxing fight. You can check that out below:

“Watch Butterbean’s incredible journey from the start of his career, to his rise to superstardom… to his fall from grace.

Now he’s fighting one more time to prove to the world what is possible!”

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