LeBron James presented the coolest gifts possible to his teammates. He had WWE championship belts custom-made for the Heatles.
LeBron James is a sharer. He is known on the court too for being a brotherly personality who is totally unselfish. That is why recently he got hold of Dwayne Johnson (a la The Rock) and Stephanie McMahon (Vince McMahon’s daughter) to fulfill a request of his.
An order was placed for some brand-new star-studded WWE championship belts for his comrades in basketball. And soon enough the belts arrived in their larger-than-life glory. While basketball and professional wrestling don’t exactly have much in common, there is one point where they do meet. And that is in the capacity of the players to prove them selves to be indefatigable fighters in the arena.
The players wore their respective customized belts and had their pictures taken. LeBron has certainly done his team a great favor. They will continue to be grateful to him for this gift of gifts.
The trend actually started with LeSean McCoy of the Philadelphia Eagles. He got a WWE-style belt for himself upon scoring in the NFL. LeBron James later on followed suit and got himself a wonderful wraparound glittery piece of leather. But he wanted some for his buddies in basketball too.
So after a little inquiry on Twitter the deal was sealed. James had received his personal belt as a birthday gift. But when he obtained about a dozen more for his sidekicks, they cheered him for his generosity and magnanimity.
LeBron James has in actuality proven the fact that there are people with heart and soul in this world. Not all the individuals you find out there are after a fat paycheck and SUV in the garage.
LeBron James Gave Everyone on the Heat Awesome WWE Championship Belts t.co/iJR77SYUaR— BroBible 1 year 6 days ago.
Many of them care enough about their fellow human beings to hand out mementoes that will last throughout their lives as charming symbols of warmth and loving-kindness.
The Instagram photos of the team known as the Heatles showed them sporting their belts. The game must go on whether it is shooting hoops or slamming against an opponent in the wrestling ring.