This Message Brought A Middle School Class To Tears

Marc Mero (born July 9, 1960)[1] is an American retired amateur boxer and professional wrestler, as well as a motivational speaker. He is best known for his appearances with the World Wrestling Federation under his real name and with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling under the ring name Johnny B. Badd. In 2007 he founded the non-profit organization Champion of Choices.[5]

Champion of Choices empowers students to make positive choices and has presented th popular “Choices” production at more than 1000 schools worldwide to more than half-a-million people. Serious issues such as bullying, peer pressure, substance abuse and suicide are presented in a way that touches listeners at a “heart level.” Students are inspired to treat themselves and others with respect, dream big, achieve goals, and cherish relationships. Champion of Choices’ compelling message evokes personal reflection, laughter and tears, and also instills HOPE. Students and faculty describe the “Choices” presentation as life changing.

Positive choices are the key to the healthy development of America’s youth and lay the foundation to strengthen families and society. The goal of the Champion of Choices School Program is to provide a motivational learning experience for youth that builds positive life skills, improves school cultures, and strengthens family relationships.
  • Changes students’ thinking – how they see themselves and others
  • Gives students HOPE and help them realize they are not alone in this world
  • Breaks through walls and defenses to open students’ hearts to new directions
  • Gives students the confidence to see that “Champions Make Choices and Choices Make Champions.”


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