John Cena is continuing his involvement with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, even during the coronavirus pandemic.
The WWE legend recently surprised seven-year-old David Castle, who is fighting a Wilms tumor.
Cena visited the young boy at his home in Tampa, Florida and brought him two WWE title belts, signed t-shirts, a signed program, a signed bobblehead, a hat and some of his armbands.
David's mother, Tammy Miller, said her son was excited and had tears in his eyes when he saw Cena, who is one of his favourite wrestlers.
It's reported by WFLA News that the Pasco County Fire Rescue service helped to put the surprise together.
You can see some images and a video from Cena's visit below:
Absolutely brilliant. Not even the COVID-19 crisis will stop the 16-time WWE world champion from surprising his fans.
But did we expect anything less? Cena has been one of the faces of the Make-A-Wish Foundation for a long time now, granting over 650 wishes to date.
His latest visit no doubt meant the world to David and his family.
The seven-year-old was diagnosed with Wilms tumor in October 2019 and was already in stage four upon diagnosis. It has now spread to other parts of his body.
Castle's family have set up a GoFundMe page, aiming to raise money for David's medical expenses. You can donate here.
During a time when everything seems dark, Cena continues to provide a bit of hope to those that need it most.
Well done, John!
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