Roman Reigns Named Recipient Of Make-A-Wish Chris Greicius Award

November 16, 2021

WWE Superstars have always been proud of their relationship with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Today, John Cena is still the record holder for the most wishes granted with 650 wishes granted, and this year, The Tribal Cheif is receiving an award that was previously won by John Cena.

In a press release, the Make-a-Wish foundation announced that along with pop star Jojo Siwa, talent management company Night, Super Bowl-winning quarterback Patrick Mahomes, YouTuber Seán McLoughlin, singer/songwriter Shawn Mendes, the Texas Rangers baseball club, and NHL All-Star T.J. Oshie that Roman Reigns would be receiving the Chris Greicius Celebrity Award for wish-granting.

WWE Superstar Roman Reigns has inspired many wish kids with his confidence and courage both in and out of the ring, especially given the health challenges that he has had to overcome. As tough as his in-ring persona can be, he’s nothing but kind and caring when he spends time with wish kids. Roman has also been incredibly generous with his willingness to participate in promotional videos and campaigns that help raise money to grant more wishes.

In addition to being deserving recognition for Roman’s good work outside the ring, it’s also interesting to see how he continues to disprove the old rule that a promotion’s top star shouldn’t be a heel. That was a reason why Cena was supposedly never turned, but Reigns is reportedly WWE’s top merchandise mover as a bad guy. Reigns is set to take on WWE champion Big E this Sunday at Survivor Series.

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