After the tributes from Barack Obama and Black Panther director Ryan Coogler, too the WWE world wanted to dedicate a thought to Chadwick Boseman , following his untimely death.
“A hero on screen and even more so in real life. A young boy to be inspired by, gifted with great talent, he left too soon. My love, my prayers and my support go to the Boseman family “, dichiara Roman Reigns.
John Cena instead he wanted to share a reflection on the meaning of existence, caused by the shocking news: “Life is a delicate and wonderful gift, given to us so that we can admire it, experience it and then return it. Find your purpose. Live your passion. Accept love. Allow yourself to be happy. Be grateful“.
Several female wrestlers also made their voices heard. Between these Brandi Rhodes, Simone Johnson and Mia Yim, and the latter has announced its intention to raise funds for the fight against cancer through a live stream. Could not miss it the tribute of Dwayne Johnson, the wrestler who perhaps most of all symbolizes the point of union between this sport and the world of cinema: “Difficult news to learn. Rest in love, brother. Thank you for shining and sharing your talent with the world. My love and my strength go to your family. “
The Boseman’s fighting spirit did not go unnoticed to those who struggle by profession. The actor continued with his commitments and achieved remarkable results despite the disease diagnosed in 2016. Marvel will dedicate a special to Black Panther, and to learn more about the impact he left in the world of cinema we recommend our in-depth study. about Chadwick Boseman.
Hero on screen and even more so in real life. A very talented and inspiring young man went way to early. Love, prayers and support go out to the Boseman family. https://t.co/NouzrcFlBz
— Roman Reigns (@WWERomanReigns) August 29, 2020
Life is a delicate, beautiful gift that we are given to hold, mold, experience and then return. Earn the gift. Find your purpose. Live your passion. Embrace love. Allow joy. Be grateful.
– John Cena (@JohnCena) August 29, 2020
Hard to hear about this.
Rest in love, brother.
Thank you for shining your light and sharing your talent with the world. My love and strength to your family. https://t.co/hNAWav7Cq8
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) August 29, 2020
i’m crying, rest in peace. #WakandaForever
– 𝖘𝖎𝖒𝖔𝖓𝖊 (@SimoneGJohnson) August 29, 2020
Also tomorrow’s stream we will be raising donations to American Cancer Society. #WakandaForever https://t.co/YXUjaxaZsE
— The HBIC (@MiaYim) August 29, 2020
Rest in power King Chadwick💔 https://t.co/MLCe2TKuus
— Brandi Rhodes (@TheBrandiRhodes) August 29, 2020