SHM.com.au is featuring an interview with WWE star Kofi Kingston who talks about WWE’s anti-bullying campaign and how he was bullied as a child.

“When I went to school I was definitely bullied. I wasn’t the biggest guy, I grew up in a town [in America] that was affluent – a lot of people had a lot – and while my family wasn’t what you’d call not well off, we didn’t have what others had. So, it was tough. For me, growing up was just a matter of dealing with it. You’d try to fight it but there were some days I didn’t want to go to school and come across certain people because I didn’t want the conflict. It is an epidemic. I am amazed by the stories people are telling me. It’s sad. The bully doesn’t realise what he is doing to people’s lives.”

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