WWE confirms Titus O’Neil as a Warrior Award winner – WWE Sports

WWE has confirmed that Titus O’Neil will be awarded the Warrior Award as part of the 2020 WWE Hall of Fame class.

The news was announced today by WWE and the Tampa Bay Times. Titus is honored for his work in the Tampa community and for the Bullard Family Foundation.

The 2020 and 2021 Hall of Fame ceremonies will air tomorrow night on USA Network. Titus joins the next star in the 2020 class – JBL, The Bella Twins, Beast God Thunder Liger, British Bulldog, nWo (Hulk Hogan, Sean Waltman, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash), William Shatner (Celebrity Wing).

Below is a complete announcement of the Warrior Award-winning Titus, along with comments from WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon.

Titus O’Neil Wins 2020 Warrior Award at WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony

WWE Global Ambassador Titus O’Neil was selected as the winner of the 2020 Warrior Awards. Named after the Ultimate Warrior inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, the Warrior Awards are presented to individuals who live with the courage and compassion to embody the indomitable spirit of the Ultimate Warrior, demonstrating unwavering strength and patience. This news was first reported by the Tampa Bay Times.

The Warrior Awards presentation is part of the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, tomorrow Tuesday, April 6th, at 8pm (Eastern Standard Time) / 5pm (Eastern Standard Time) for WWE in the United States and other regions of WWE. Streamed only over the network.

Titus O’Neil is one of the most benevolent superstars in WWE history. O’Neill is a staple of the Tampa Bay community and is passionate about giving back to families in need. O’Neill has founded The Bullard Family Foundation, an organization that provides special moments, programs and resources to help families and children in need to build personalities and relationships. , And strengthen the community around them. In addition, O’Neill is a WWE Ambassador, helping thousands of individuals through various nonprofits and WWE partners such as Susan G. Comen, Boys & Girls Club of America, and Special Olympics. With a passion for the community and cheering for others, in 2019 he began writing his first book, “Nothing Is More Than a Bad Child: How to Migrate from Stereotypes to Prototypes.” O’Neill is from Tampa Bay and is a college graduate. In Florida where he was an outstanding football player in the Gator’s.

“Titus is a devoted father, humanitarian and WWE Global Ambassador. WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon said:” He is not seeking approval. But I’m excited to see his work spotlight WWE fans around the world. “

– WWE Sports

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