Greensboro, NC -- WWE Superstars invaded the Greensboro Coliseum and put on a show for wrestling fans Monday night. But earlier in the day, a superstar and a diva talked to a different audience.
WWE Diva Natalya and Superstar Hornswoggle talked to about 400 students at Pleasant Garden Elementary. Their message: 'Don't be a bully. Be a STAR." STAR stands for: Show Tolerance And Respect.
Both Natalya and Hornswoggle said they have a special connection with this message. Hornswoggle said, "Really hits home for me because I, obviously because of my height and stature, I was bullied quite a bit as a kid."
Natalya Neidhart said, "They see myself and they see Hornswoggle and we seem larger than life, but we've been through it too."
She went on to say, "The best way to handle hardship or move forward in our life is to learn about it and to show tolerance and respect and to kill everyone with kindness. Despite what they see with us on tv, because its good versus evil, its entertainment. This is real, these are the real messages."
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