"Thousands of people lost their homes and everything they owned and had to be evacuated. A few even lost their lives," Owens wrote. "As I watched the footage on the news, I decided I wanted to try and help. It turns out I wasn't the only one thinking that because fellow Canadian Tyler Breeze was also trying to figure out how to help these people."
Owens and Breeze already raised $32,000 as of this writing, surpassing their goal of $30,000. You can donate by clicking here. The campaign ends May 22nd, the day of WWE Extreme Rules. People who donate $100 or more will get a personal video message from Owens and Breeze, just make sure to leave your email address with the donation.
- Speaking of Breeze, he recently spoke with The Las Cruces Sun News to promote this past weekend's WWE live event in Las Cruces. During the interview, he talked about how his entrance music - which he created and sang the lyrics for - gets him pumped up.
"We thought the best thing we could do is write some lyrics and have me sing it," Breeze said. "We wanted to see if we could get under people's skin, and it worked."