The murder of George Floyd has sparked protests and riots across America and citizens fight against racial injustice.
Plenty of wrestlers have been outspoken about racial injustice, whether it's sharing their own stories about racism or calling out racism.
“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends” - MLK— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) June 3, 2020
I love and support my Black friends and colleagues. To everyone who has ever felt the impact and fear of racial injustice, I will use my voice for you.
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The events in USA right now are so awful and it truly hurts to see. Change is needed! With an outsider perspective I've seen the violence like that to George Floyd far too much.— Bronson Reed (@bronsonreedwwe) June 3, 2020
Please, all my friends back home also remember what is happening in Australia. #BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/fZAR3O7EyF
Thank you for creating a place for people to learn how to help “.. through exposure, education, compassion, and empathy.” https://t.co/2OfW2cGkY2— Kacy Catanzaro (@KacyCatanzaro) June 3, 2020
You guys this is amazing. Thanks for helping me raise this for @reclaimtheblock today on my twitch. You guys are truly incredible!!! ------------ again thank you so much please head over to @MiaYim twitch now because she will be raising some money too! ------ pic.twitter.com/yZXbH9XCLc— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) June 3, 2020
Ways to help --------— Nikki Cross (@NikkiCrossWWE) June 2, 2020
Great resource: petitions to sign, places to donate to, ways to educate yourself further, numbers to call and text. https://t.co/fZkFuEOHPY
This has to stop— -- Ever After OUT NOW! (@itsLioRush) June 2, 2020
It’s been a few days. Watch it again. pic.twitter.com/FaUUhSzwPI— Adam Pearce (@ScrapDaddyAP) June 3, 2020
Thank you https://t.co/yb6P6eh794— Titus O'Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) June 3, 2020
It’s sad that we live in a world where we literally have to beg people to be kind to one another. --— Pretty Ricky (@KingRicochet) May 31, 2020
My hopes are that through all this...that somehow, someway in the end...we learn that hate and rage and violence isn’t the way.
I love you all. ----
To those that may disagree with you. I understand the anger and frustration. Don’t rush to block them or degrade them. Try to show them what’s right. It’s clear what’s right and what’s wrong. People can be helped. People need to change for the better. Don’t give up on everyone— Chris Dickinson (@DirtyDickinson) June 2, 2020
I remember being maybe 10 when my friends younger brother was mad, can’t even remember why. But he called me “nigger” and I was just about to run and go push him down. But I didn’t for some reason. I couldn’t tell you why. But even at that age I knew it wouldn’t help. https://t.co/s9KMl3pXg2— Pretty Ricky (@KingRicochet) June 2, 2020
I was no older than 8 when a white girl called me a “nigger” in daycare. Probably sometime after I was building a fort with tree branches & playing kickball. https://t.co/xobvZ6vVKj— Florida Man (@WWEBigE) June 2, 2020
If you can’t fathom why people are so angry, learn about the 1921 Black Wall Street massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma.— Florida Man (@WWEBigE) June 1, 2020
Good! Take your trash ass convention elsewhere! https://t.co/pgu2T897iP— Hurricane Helms (@ShaneHelmsCom) June 3, 2020
I applaud everyone standing up in support of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. It’s so important that’s we all have each other’s backs. I especially commend those who are protesting peacefully with a purpose and such… https://t.co/wJhw4H57Bf— Charly Caruso // Arnolt (@CharlyOnTV) June 3, 2020
It’s time for every American to get on the equality & unity train and do their part to keep it in tip-top shape.— #BROKEN Matt Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) June 2, 2020
It’s -- like THIS! Dude was so far away and got arrested for free speech. Crowd maced. None of this was seen when rioters were armed, yelling in officers faces about haircuts, masks and nails. How can some continue to act as if things are ok?! https://t.co/aAedlv3BSd— Levis ⁷ (@WWENoWayJose) June 2, 2020
It was fairly recently that I finally understood the concept of white privileged. It was @The305MVP who took the time and had the patience to discuss this topic with me to help me understand. In our discussions I mentioned that I never saw racism growing up.— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) June 2, 2020
This is how so many of us feel right now. https://t.co/fbTDHFVwqh— Austin Creed - Future King of The Ring (@XavierWoodsPhD) June 3, 2020
I have read through this ENTIRE thread about BLACK HISTORY. It was fascinating and opened my eyes to history I never knew.— Mercedes Martinez (@RealMMartinez) June 3, 2020
Let's stay educated. Please read this thread to help you comprehend why #BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/b9Ne63VZep
B L A C K— Dax FTR (@DaxHarwood) June 3, 2020
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“I all of you”
- Finley pic.twitter.com/KZnV58X4bc
Kindergarten. A little boy refused to let me play with him and 2 others. He told me that he didn't play with niggers. I didn't know what that meant. I had to ask my freckle faced, green eyed, red haired mother. I still remember her face. Her concern. Her tears. https://t.co/RwfgKEFC8Z— MVP (@The305MVP) June 2, 2020
I once had a police officer put his gun in my face. Why? Because my friend didn’t come to a complete stop at a stop sign. This is just one of many stories we all have. This is our struggle. We need change! #RIPGeorgeFloyd #LetUsBreathe— Scorpio Sky (@ScorpioSky) May 30, 2020
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