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WWE reaches out to Orlando Mayor to help following nightclub shooting

ABC affiliate WFTV9 in Orlando is reporting that WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon sent an e-mail on behalf of WWE to Orlando mayor Buddy Dyer to see how they can help after the Pulse nightclub shooting.

E-mails recently released by the city government shows that McMahon offered to “do everything we can to help support you and your efforts to rebuild the constitution of your great city.” McMahon told Dyer that Orlando is considered WWE’s second home with both NXT and the Performance Center based there.

“We are already brainstorming ideas to help raise money for the OneOrlando fund, and I wanted to know if there was more we could be doing,” she wrote. Dyer replied thanking Stephanie and telling her that somebody will be in touch with her to discuss.

WFTV9 said that neither WWE nor the Orlando government have said what’s in the plans but discussions have taken place.


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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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