One sad reality of life is that there are some thing that affect us that we totally have no control over and when faced with such situations is to sit helpless and just watch.
Even in our environment, we sometimes see people that are deeply in pain and because we are humans, we may really want to help them but lack the capacity and the power to do anything.
Unfortunately, the tragic story of Connor Michalek is a sad one of a circumstance in which one may feel compelled to help, only to learn that there is nothing one can do to help.
Connor Michalek, who was diagnosed with cancer of the brain and spine when he was just 3, uploaded a video to YouTube asking Bryan if he could meet him when the WWE came to Pittsburgh for an event Tuesday.
Much to Connor’s delight, Bryan made the wish come true, and even brought along his tag-team partner Kane. For his last few days, they asked him for anything he would like and any last wish he would make before dying.
Astonished by the response to his final request, he resolved to make his goal of ever fighting in the WWE favourite star. his parents had to do everything in their power fullfil his wish.
It was Connor's idea to challenge Triple H at the age of seven. A match between him and triple H was scheduled for Monday night's episode of Monday Night Raw in order to satisfy his request, according to the WWE family.
Few days after wrestling with triple h he died from cancer, the young kid died to the dreadful sickness that had been tormenting him. To honor him, WWE decided to set up a fundraising campaign to help all cancer patients as a final homage. Many individuals will carry the boy's memory with them for the rest of their lives.
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