Big Show Says There Is No Bullying In WWE, Lilian Garcia Performing, Sid Vicious

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Big Show Says There Is No Bullying In WWE, Lilian Garcia Performing, Sid Vicious
-- Big Show and David Otunga, along with WWE Executive Vice President of Creative Stephanie McMahon, spoke out against bullying at a be a STAR Alliance rally Thursday in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The trio rallied a group of 850 students at Luis Munoz Marin School as Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch and State Representative Andres Ayala Jr. presented McMahon with a citation for the organization's fight against bullying.

"Kids define themselves. Other people's hurtful words don't define them," said the wife of WWE Superstar Triple H. She then encouraged the students to help stop bullying and learn to show tolerance and respect for each other.

When asked if there is any bullying in WWE, Big Show replied no! "We don't tolerate bullying in WWE!" the SmackDown Superstar stated.

The full story, with photos, is available here.

-- SmackDown ring announcer Lilian Garcia will be performing at the Key Club in West Hollywood, California (located on 9039 Sunset Boulevard) this Saturday at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available at

-- Sid Vicious appears for Canadian Wrestling's Elite on April 19 at Cowboy's Roadhouse in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The former WWE Champion will partner with Nate Hardy in a tag team match against The Axe and Zack Mercury. (Event Details) is the largest independently owned wrestling website in the world (Source: Alexa). Follow us on Twitter by clicking the "Follow" button below:

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