Pro Wrestler at Ronald McDonald House Handing Out WWE Smackdown Tickets

Children and the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House got quite a surprise Tuesday when they received a visit from a big WWE superstar.

Sin Cara, who wears a luchador's mask, stopped by the nonprofit Tuesday morning to give out free tickets to the night's WWE Smackdown event at the American Bank Center.

Karen Barrera, who is recovering from a successful kidney transplant, was on could nine -- she's a huge fan of Sin Cara's work.

"I went to go see WWE Smackdown, and I saw him," Barrera said. "He was doing, he was doing super good and I even saw him outside and I even said hi to him."

"For me, it's more than just wrestling, and I feel very grateful to be here today, and give the little hope for those kids that have been sick for awhile," Sin Cara said.

Sin Cara said that he is grateful that he can put some smiles on the faces of the people he visiting.


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