WWE hosted a special day on Thursday, April 28 (the day before World Wish Day) at its Stamford headquarters for 18-year-old Colby McMahon of Derby, Conn. Colby, who battles Cystic Fibrosis, dreamed to build and operate a state-of-the-art website (Tomorrow’s Sportsman) that celebrates and promotes outdoor sports and activities. Make-A-Wish Connecticut and WWE partnered to make Colby’s wish come true. Pictured are WWE Chief Brand Officer/TV Personality Stephanie McMahon, Colby (with belt) and Jake Bleau, Colby’s best friend and co-creator of Tomorrow’s Sportsman.
WWE hosted a special day on Thursday, April 28 (the day before World Wish Day) at its Stamford headquarters for 18-year-old Colby McMahon of Derby, Conn. Colby, who battles Cystic Fibrosis, dreamed to build and operate a state-of-the-art website (Tomorrow’s Sportsman) that celebrates and promotes outdoor sports and activities. Make-A-Wish Connecticut and WWE partnered to make Colby’s wish come true. Pictured are WWE Chief Brand Officer/TV Personality Stephanie McMahon, Colby (with belt) and Jake Bleau, Colby’s best friend and co-creator of Tomorrow’s Sportsman. Photo Courtesy WWE
WWE hosted a special day on Thursday, April 28 (the day before World Wish Day) at its Stamford headquarters for 18-year-old Colby McMahon of Derby, Conn. Colby, who battles Cystic Fibrosis, dreamed to build and operate a state-of-the-art website (Tomorrow’s Sportsman) that celebrates and promotes outdoor sports and activities. Make-A-Wish Connecticut and WWE partnered to make Colby’s wish come true. Pictured are WWE Chief Brand Officer/TV Personality Stephanie McMahon, Colby (with belt) and Jake Bleau, Colby’s best friend and co-creator of Tomorrow’s Sportsman. Photo Courtesy WWE

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