WWE & Susan G. Komen Honor 5 Women Who Took Action To Fight Breast Cancer

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Oct. 10 2016, Updated 7:15 p.m. ET

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Last night on SmackDown, General Manager Daniel Bryan and Susan G. Komen honored five heroic women, Teresa Blanco, Wendy Morihiro, Sandra Lopez, Wendy Shurelds and Merrilee Neal, who took action in the More Than Pink movement and the fight against breast cancer.

Bryan presented each woman with replica SmackDown Women’s Championships, announcing that they are more than heroes in the eyes of the WWE Universe.

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Later, a massive “Yes!” chant was led in their honor.

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WWE is continuing its partnership with Susan G. Komen for the fifth consecutive year by encouraging fans to take action in the fight against breast cancer through Komen’s More Than Pink™ movement.

More Than Pink celebrates the heroes who have made a significant impact in the fight to end breast cancer, and encourages everyone to take action, big or small, to help Komen reach its Big Bold Goal: a plan to reduce the nation’s current 40,000 breast cancer deaths in the U.S. by 50 percent in the next decade.

WWE will donate to Komen 20 percent of all retail sales of the More Than Pink t-shirt sold on and at WWE live events. Fans will also have the option of donating $1, $5 or $10 upon checkout with all proceeds benefiting Komen.


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