Tune in TONIGHT (July 21) at 6pm ET as ESPN airs their 10 year episode of “My Wish”. During this 10 year run, ESPN’s “My Wish” has fulfilled over 50 sports-themed wishes.
Tonight, WWE Superstar John Cena will be granting the wish of seven-year-old “KJ” Harmon of Orlando Florida who’s battling end stage renal disease.
“KJ”, heads to Washington D.C. And gets a behind-the-scenes look at WWE with his tour guide John Cena, and watch as over 10,000 people celebrate the hero that KJ is.
John Cena has helped grant over 450 wishes from Make-A-Wish to children with life-threatening medical conditions and has put smiles on faces and memories to families.
Along with John Cena, ESPN’s “My Wish” will also feature the San Franciso 49ers, Michael Phelps, Andrew McCutchen and Maya Morre as they fulfill wishes of children working with Make-A-Wish.
Over the past decade, John Cena has granted more wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions than any other celebrity or athlete…putting smiles on their faces and creating memories they and their families will never forget.
ESPN debuted the first wish on SportsCenter at 11pm ET on Sunday, the remaining 4 wishes premier during the 6pm SportsCenter through Thursday July 24th. A one-hour special which will feature clips and highlights of all five wishes will air Thursday night at 7:30pm ET on ESPN.
Catch John Cena’s wish TONIGHT Tuesday, July 21 at 6pm with host Chris Connelly on SportsCenter.
You can also catch the series compilation of “My Wish” Saturday July 25th during the morning edition of SportsCenter.
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