That’s a worthy cause. With wrestling being so prevalent today, you can always find something to watch. It makes for some great viewing, but it also lets wrestling companies get a message out there rather easily. That can also be the case with individual wrestlers, and now one of them is doing something special as a wrestler is using his platform to help other people.
SmackDown’s Top Dolla has sent out a tweet, announcing that he is holding his fifth annual canned food drive for Sarah’s House children’s homeless shelter. The drive is being held in Fort Meade, Maryland on November 19-21. Top Dolla’s tweet asked for dirt sheet sites that report on everything he said and try to make money off of his name with clickbait articles every week.
Asking all Dirt Sheet websites that report on everything I say every week & try to make clickbait headlines to get publicity off my name to report that I’ll be having my 5th Annual Canned Food Drive for Sarah’s House children’s homeless shelter in Fort Meade, MD 11/19-11/21. Thx pic.twitter.com/b8Rafx4m6V
— A.J. Francis aka FRAN¢ (@AJFrancis410) November 8, 2021
Top Dolla has been doing good things with Hit Row. Check out their time in WWE:
Opinion: This is always great to see as there is something awesome about a wrestler using his status to help people who need it. We are coming up on Thanksgiving so helping some people have something to eat is great. Hopefully Top Dolla’s enhanced status as a SmackDown star makes things better for even more people and that very well may be the case next week.
What do you think of Top Dolla? How will Hit Row do on SmackDown? Let us know in the comments below.
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