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What’s RIGHT with Sports and Athletes Today, Part VII

Las Vegas Plastic Surgery

By Dr. Jeffrey Roth

Our society looks up to athletes, especially those who have achieved great things like championships or records.  John Cena is a 16-time WWE Champion.  This is a significant achievement.  He may be more proud of the other record he holds, and the rest of the field isn’t even close.  He has granted his 500th Make-A-Wish request.

The Make-A-Wish program tries to grant wish requests for children diagnosed with a critical illness.  John Cena’s mantra of “Never Give Up” often resonates with what these children as they battle their disease.  John Cena has used his notoriety and celebrity to give a positive message to today’s youth.

“No other person, celebrity or otherwise, has granted more wishes than he has,” Make-A-Wish spokesman Josh deBerge said in an interview. “Not only has he granted more wishes than anyone else, John repeatedly grants amazing wishes every time he meets a wish kid.”

“I’ll drop everything. If I can offer a fantastic experience, I’ll be first in line to do my part,” said Cena, making his trademarked catch phrase “Never give up” less of a slogan and more of a lifestyle.

The WWE has a long history with Make-A-Wish.  At the event lauding Cena’s accomplishment, the sports entertainment company made a $1 million commitment to Make-A-Wish.

John Cena says that he will continue granting wishes, despite his increased schedule in the ring and on screen.  Thank you to a true Champion who chooses to make a difference in the lives of sick children and their families.

Jeffrey J. Roth, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Las Vegas Plastic Surgery
(702) 450-0777

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