– WWE Superstars and Divas have been tweeting who their heroes are today with the “#MyHeroIs” hashtag. This is a part of WWE and the USA Network’s new “For The Hero In All of Us” brand campaign. Below are posts from today:

#MyHeroIS I've been asked a Million Times Who my Hero is or was growing up and Many are taken back when I don't name a Notable Athlete,Musician or entertainer. My Answer to that question is simple #MyHeroIs My Mother Daria Bullard. She's my hero because even under the most unfortunate circumstances growing up she made an Unselfish decision to give birth to me Even though many tried to convince her to abort me because she was raped and didn't need to try to be a mother at such a young age. She chose otherwise and although we struggled in more ways than one and lived at or below the poverty level throughout my childhood My Mother could NEVER Be Labeled as Lazy,Selfish or Ignorant at All!! Through Our struggles I learned first hand How to Work Hard,Love People (because if it wasn't for that trait in my mother we wouldn't have had the little we did) How to be a person of Faith My mom used to tell me all the time that God has a plan, She didn't know the details but always believed that we would have what we needed. My mother Really is A hero to a lot of people from different backgrounds because Somehow her content of Character&Strengths have Always been More visible then the Color of her Skin. I'm The Man,Father,Brother,Servant and Son that I am today because a Very Young,Beautiful,Unselfish and STRONG Black Woman Told the Enemy to Kiss her ASS and Gave Birth To what is shaping up to be One of the Greatest Success testimonies ever told..ME!! And because of this and many other reasons #MyHeroIs and always will be..My Mother God never Said that the Weapons of the Enemy Wouldn't Form…He Just assured Us that they Would not Prosper!! #Blessed #Legacy

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