Before Daniel Bryan thrilled the audience at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, last night (Dec. 18, 2012) on SmackDown, he was meeting a 6-year-old boy with cancer, making his dream come true.
In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, last night (Dec. 18, 2012), when WWE rolled into town to run the Consol Energy Center for its live episode of SmackDown, Daniel Bryan had some business to attend to beforehand.
He had to grant a wish to a 6-year-old boy named Conner who has cancer of the brain and spine, according to a report from WTAE News.
The report states Connor's family put out a "massive campaign" on Facebook in the hopes that it would result in Connor getting to meet his favorite pro wrestler. It worked, and Bryan met with him before last night's show, letting the little guy put him in the No Lock.
He even tapped!
No matter who it is doing it, it's great to see people use their fame for something good like this. So good on Bryan and we wish Connor all the best in his battle with cancer.