The article also contains quotes from UFC middleweight and Hire Heroes CEO Brian Stann, whose company helps veterans find work through personalized and customized job search training and assistance. Stann noted that WWE's partnership with his non-profit has been "transformative for his company." Stann also said that WWE has helped promote his organization, and that they also employ 25 veterans, with several of them in leadership positions.
Once again, here is what Henry wrote on his Twitter last night:
"Whether you loved or hated me in my career.I was all ways there for you.i appreciate u all. Good or bad I will live forever with u the fans.
"I found a place.
"#raw #wwe I have spoke to my family and hope to talk to all of you fans tomorrow live from Grand Rapids. Guys Father Time is undefeated."
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