WWE is always ready to help children

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WWE is always ready to help children
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In this year, in the new edition of the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, WWE forcefully enters homes around the world with many protagonists of the square, including a former WWE 24/7 Champion, Rob Gronkowski, who will be one of the presenters.

WWE superstars are nominated for various types of awards this year. Sasha Banks is nominated for the Favorite Female Sports Star category. Her “rivals” in the category are Naomi Osaka, Simone Biles, Serena Williams, and more.

Austin Creed, better known as King Xavier Woods in WWE, is nominated in the Favorite Content Creator of the Year category and in his category, the other nominees are Ninja, Ryan's World and MrBeast. Another former WWE 24/7 champion, Marshmello, is nominated for Favorite Music Collaboration of the Year for his song "Leave Before You Leave Me" with the Jonas Brothers.

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The Anoa’i family is known for producing some great wrestlers. Lance Anoa’i apparently has enough potential in him to live up to the expectations. Son of Samu (two-time WWF Tag Team Champion), Lance made his professional wrestling debut back in 2010.

The 24-year-old has some good experience and some championship wins to showcase on his resume and he even wrestled in WWE once. At the end of December 2021, during a live on Twitch, Johnny Gargano revealed that he should have been part of the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards in 2020 right before the global pandemic, along with his wife Candice LeRae.

"Little known fact. I'll give you some more news here. So before the pandemic, Candice and I were on the Kids Choice Awards programs, this is going to be one of the biggest missed opportunities of my life. Candice and I were supposed to go to Nickelodeon Kids Choice.

Awards and get us slime thrown in. Like it's a real thing that was about to happen Yeah, it sucks, man. I know. Just before the pandemic, literally, everything was ready. We had booked our trip and everything else. 'We're going to the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, and we're going to be on the [orange] carpet, doing all the good things, and getting slime thrown.'

Then, the pandemic came and the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards didn't go through. So yes, it would have been on my Bucket List, and it's still there." He teamed up with Rhett Titus against The Ascension in a squash match on SmackDown back in 2015 but this remains as his only taste of life in WWE.