- John Cena was honored by Make-A-Wish last week at their "Evening of Excellence Awards Ceremony" for being the only celebrity to reach the record-breaking milestone of fulfilling 300 wishes. Cena set a Make-A-Wish record this June by granting his 300th wish to Jonathan Littman, 7, an honor that was also celebrated on ABC's Good Morning America.

Cena became the first recipient of the 300th Wish Award at the annual Make-A-Wish awards ceremony in Glendale, AZ. His award was presented by wish mom Judith Harrison, whose late son Justin was the second wish child Cena ever met, before an audience of hundreds of Make-A Wish national and chapter staff, volunteer leaders, and wish families.

"I can think of no greater honor than someone who can have any wish they want in the world, yet they choose to spend their time with me," said Cena. "I will continue to grant wishes as long as there are children who request me. I am proud to be a part of WWE's long standing alliance with Make-A-Wish."

- WPRI interviewed World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus yesterday, who was promoting last night's SmackDown taping from the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Rhode Island. You can watch the interview below:

WWE's Sheamus to Smackdown in RI

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