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Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, and more WWE Superstars show support for bullied child

You might have already seen this video at this point because it’s gone viral. But bullying is a serious issue and it has never been put better than when described by someone currently dealing with the turmoil of this unjust treatment.

Keaton Jones never asked to be treated like he was by his classmates, but in a tear-filled video posted on social media, the young man spilled his heart out about the nature of bullying. He was articulate and spoke with a lot of wisdom that certainly seemed to connect with a lot of people. It is a really touching video and should be watched by everyone.

But young Keaton soon found out he’s not alone in his struggle and plenty of people have his back. WWE Superstars Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Kurt Angle, Nia Jax, Carmella, Tye Dillinger, and more have already spoken out on the situation and they are obviously on Keaton’s side. If this kind of public attention for #KeatonStrong keeps up, could he become a future contender for a WWE Hall Of Fame Warrior Award?

It sounds like Kane is looking to get in touch with Keaton as well because he recently posted on Facebook asking if anyone could get him in touch with his mother.

Keaton has plenty of support and way more than he ever thought he’d get but he should have because he is not alone in this problem. This is an unfortunate story with a great outcome so far. We can only hope that the bullying will stop with this much-needed awareness.

On the other side of the field of combat sports, UFC President Dana White was so moved by Keaton’s message that he wanted to meet the young man. White sent out a message asking to be put in contact with him and obviously, this went well.

White said he plans on flying Keaton Jones out to the UFC headquarters in Las Vegas where we’re sure Keaton is going to have a wonderful time.

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