New $100,000 goal for Owens/Breeze GoFundMe campaign for Fort McCurray

WWE Superstars Kevin Owens and Tyler Breeze have upped the ante on their GoFundMe campaign in benefit of the victims of the fire at Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada.

After reaching the original $30,000 goal in two days, the new goal is a whopping $100,000 and over 1,300 wrestling fans have donated almost $40,000 already in total.

“Today, we are raising the goal to $100,000. After seeing how generous everyone has been, we truly believe we can hit that goal and bring much needed help to the people affected by the fire,” Owens wrote on GoFundMe.com. “Tyler and I are kicking off this next round by donating $500 each today. Once again, anything helps. If you can’t donate, sharing this on your social media is also greatly appreciated.”

The duo promised a video for a donation of $100 and a Twitter follow for anyone who donates. Donations will be accepted until May 22, the day of WWE Extreme Rules. You can donate at https://www.gofundme.com/22vqm7w.

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