Martinez Pit Bull Dog Attack Victim Gets Stolen Merchandise Replaced By Pro Wrestling Stars
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CONCORD (CBS SF) — Pro wrestling stars have come through for a Martinez boy who was mauled in a pit bull dog attack last year and was victimized again when wrestling memorabilia sent to cheer him up was stolen.
Claycord.com reported 10-year-old Hunter Kilbourn had an autograph book and poster stolen after they were sent to him from World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) stars during his recovery from skin graft surgery.
The items were later sold on Craigslist, Hunter’s mother told Claycord.com.
Concord native and WWE Diva Natalie “Eva Marie” Nelson and WWE trainer Sara Amato worked together to send Hunter new autographed pictures, t-shirts, DVDs and action figures from Hunter’s favorite wrestling stars, the report said.
- Read the full story at Claycord.com.