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WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan is putting his best foot forward to raise awareness for pediatric cancer under the hash tag #JustKeepDancing. The campaign was recently started by talk show host Ellen Degeneres after 6-year old brain cancer patient Braylon Beam appeared on her show and talked about getting through his chemotherapy and tough days by dancing.
He may not be appearing on Dancing With the Stars anytime soon, but you’ve got to admire Bryan’s willingness to put his moves on full display for the good of the cause. Watch him being “too sexy” in the video below.
— Daniel Bryan (@WWEDanielBryan) September 2, 2015
WWE and Daniel Bryan are strong supporters of pediatric cancer with Connor’s Cure. Additionally WWE will be “going gold” for the month of September to raise awareness for pediatric cancer. WWE will donate $1.00 to the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation to benefit Connor’s Cure for every updated twitter profile picture that “goes gold.”
Stephanie McMahon, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE and its fans are strong supporters of pediatric cancer care and research at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Stephanie and Paul became involved with Children’s Hospital in 2014, when they met WWE fan Connor Michalek. Connor, 8, was battling medulloblastoma, a rare tumor that affects the brain and spinal cord. Connor formed a special connection with Stephanie and Paul and many WWE Superstars and Divas. When Connor lost his battle with medulloblastoma in April 2014, Stephanie and Paul decided to honor him by creating Connor’s Cure, a fund within Children’s Foundation at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh that supports brain tumor research. To date, Connor’s Cure has raised more than $630,000 and has been supported by WWE and fans all over the world.