WWE applauds Braden and Hunter Gandee for inspirational 40-mile walk to raise awareness for cerebral palsy


WWE hosted Michigan teenager Hunter Gandee, his younger brother Braden and their family at Monday Night Raw on June 16 from Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.

Hunter, 14, recently raised awareness for cerebral palsy by walking 40 miles with his 7-year-old brother, Braden, strapped to his back. The muscular disorder prevents Braden from being able to walk without help.


WWE thanked Braden and Hunter for their efforts in raising awareness and funds for this important cause. Braden, Hunter and their family received a backstage tour before Raw, met WWE Superstars and sat ringside for the show.

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