The following was posted on Twitter of WWE star Roman Reigns accepting an award for WWE at the ESPN Humanitarian League Awards on Tuesday night.
— Roman Reigns (@WWERomanReigns) July 18, 2018
WWE issued the following on winning the award.
WWE wins League Humanitarian Leadership Award at ESPN’s Sports Humanitarian Awards
LOS ANGELES – WWE was honored Tuesday with the League Humanitarian Leadership Award at the fourth annual Sports Humanitarian Awards, presented by ESPN and sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. The prestigious award was accepted by WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon, Charlotte Flair and Roman Reigns.
John Cena was also named a finalist for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian of the Year Award as part of ESPN’s annual Humanitarian Awards.
WWE helps to address and provide support on important social issues worldwide, including diversity and inclusion, education, military and bringing hope to critically ill children. In 2017 alone, WWE generated 3.1 billion impressions, held 237 events in the community and donated more than $25 million in media value to its community partners.
The Sports Humanitarian Awards is a celebration of the Impact made by athletes, teams and sports industry professionals who use the power of sport to make a difference throughout the world. For the second consecutive year, the sports industry-wide event was hosted at L.A. LIVE’s The Novo on Tuesday, July 17. Don’t miss the 2018 ESPN Humanitarian Awards on Tuesday, July 24, at 7/6 C on ESPN.
Total Bellas audience goes down this week
This past week’s episode of “Total Bellas” on E! did 594,000 viewers on Sunday night according to Showbuzzdaily.com.
This number is way down from the prior week that did 712,000 viewers.
The adults 18-49 demographic did a 0.27 rating this week, down from last week’s 0.32 rating.