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Acts of kindness. The fighters are an interesting case, since while they play characters that are heroes and villains (or occasionally both), they remain celebrities and people that fans watch on television every week. That brings them to a higher level in the lives of some fans and allows them to do things that many people could not do. Sometimes fighters can do some great things as a result.

During the previous week, the news of a nine-year-old Australian boy named Quaden Bayles was known that he had been severely intimidated due to his dwarfism. In a video posted on Facebook, Bayles can be heard asking for a knife to commit suicide. As a result, comedian Brad Williams, who also has dwarfism, launched a Go Fund Me page to send Bayles to Disneyland. Several celebrities have also been involved, including some wrestling personalities.

Since the launch of the video, several fighters have joined the cause while also trying to take Bayles to WrestleMania 36 on April 5. They also offered to pay for their flights and various gifts for him while he was on his trip. In addition, Hornswoggle, who also has dwarfism, posted a video offering advice to Bayles, saying he should try not to let intimidation affect him because that's what bullies want. The Disneyland Go Fund Me page has already exceeded its goal, but is ongoing.

The Go Fund page can be found here.

These are some of the fighters' responses. Watch his thoughts, plus the Hornswoggle video:

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Opinion: This is something amazing when you think about it. Bayles is someone who has had to go through a pretty horrible treatment and is now being rewarded for dealing with it. At the end of the day, nobody should have gone through something like this, but some people will have to do it. He did nothing wrong and it is nice to see him get something like this after what had to happen.

What would you say to Bayles? What is your favorite WWE charity interaction? Let us know in the comments below.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for more than thirty years and has watched more than 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling critic since 2009 with more than 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his job at kbwrestlingreviews.comor check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books. Get the latest and greatest news of professional wrestling by subscribing to our daily electronic newsletter. Just look below to "GET EXCLUSIVE UPDATES" to register. Thank you for reading!



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