David Otunga Talks WrestleMania Debut, Being Bullied, More

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-- The Miami Herald has an article with David Otunga talking about making his WrestleMania debut this weekend.

"Being here is a dream come true," Otunga said. "Two years ago around this time I was an NXT rookie watching. Last year I missed my WrestleMania moment. This is my first time actually being in a match on this stage, let alone in a featured match with the 12-man tag match with Team Teddy taking on Team Johnny. I've grown in every way imaginable from my ring work to character development and everything. The scary thing is I'm just getting started."

Otunga also talks about fiancee Jennifer Hudson not being at 'Mania this weekend, his Twitter and more. You can check out the full article by clicking here.

-- Speaking of Otunga, CBS Miami has an article about Otunga being one of several WWE stars who spoke to kids at Hialeah Gardens Middle School as part of the "Be A Star" anti-bullying campaign.

"I didn't have muscles, I didn't always look this good," Otunga said at the rally. "I had real thick glasses too and I was a little bit chubby, and I used to get picked on a lot."

You can check out CBS Miami's piece on the rally below:

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