When one thinks of school, one thinks of a totally serious place, sometimes boring and dedicated only to intense study, which often stresses even the students, blocking the learning process in some way. But the school can also be much more, as a recreational space where you can socialize, create fun projects while learning at the same time and also where you can share a passion in total tranquillity.
This is more or less what happened at KIPP AMP Middle School in Brooklyn, where a teacher, the teacher everyone dreams of, Mr. Victor Taylor Perry, founded an after-school club dedicated to wrestling, where to share this passion with their students.
The group obviously often watches various events and matches together and in recent months the teacher had shared on her Twitter profile some videos of her students watching Sasha Banks' matches, especially the most iconic ones against Bayley.
So Friday, before SmackDown, this special club received a surprise. Former WWE Superstar Tyson Kidd commended Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch for their triple threat match at WrestleMania 32.
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The Boss, before going to the arena where SmackDown was to be held, where she had a match against Shayna Baszler, decided to stop at KIPP AMP Middle School to greet Professor Perry's students.
When she walked into her room everyone literally exploded with happiness seeing her, starting to scream and clap in shock at this visit, with Sasha Banks in turn gasping. But it didn't stop there, because the whole class subsequently launched into a karaoke with the champion, singing her theme song all in chorus, while Sasha went around the desks with her belt on her shoulder.
WWE celebrated this moment by posting some photos of Sasha with the boys on their social networks, with the wrestler also writing: "I hope every school has a wrestling club." And if you're wondering what the iconic teacher looks like, here he is posing with Sasha.
During his interaction with DropKick Podcast, Tyson Kidd revealed how impressed he was with their creativity. "Yeah, so I was watching from home (..) that was less than a year after my neck injury," Kidd said. "So, I took about two years to recover from that.
I remember being really impressed with that match. (..) I knew the creativity those women would have, but it was cool to see them even outdo what I kind of thought they were gonna do and see it kind of, come to life."