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WCW and WWE Superstar Marc Mero Discusses Bullying Cases in Pittsburgh

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The Total Tutor will interview WCW and WWE superstar Marc Mero. Marc will discuss the bullying case at South Fayette High School, and the Stabbings at Franklin Regional High School.

In addition, he will talk about the death of The Ultimate Warrior and the Nancy Grace show on pro wrestling.

Marc Mero experienced his first crisis at age eight when his parents divorced. He grew up in a single-family home in a poor section of New York, but wrote down his dreams and goals, setting his sights on athletics. Marc worked hard to achieve success in hockey, football, boxing and professional wrestling. After reaching the pinnacle of sports entertainment as a WCW and WWE Wrestling Champion, Marc suffered enormous loss and learned that money and fame can’t buy happiness. “It’s NOT what’s in your pocket; it’s what’s in your HEART that truly matters!”

Tragedy to Triumph

The tragic loss of more than 30 of Marc Mero’s close friends and family members – largely due to lifestyle choices and negative behaviors – spurred Marc into action. He wanted people to be aware of the consequences of their choices. “It only takes using drugs one time to kill you – then your family and friends have to suffer and live with the pain of your choice everyday!” Marc is determined to keep students off of the “death list” he speaks of during his presentation – helping young people realize that life is precious and relationships should be cherished.

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