Thaddeus Bullard is much better known as WWE’s Titus O’Neil, and he’s been a hero to many since he first appeared on our televisions. In the ring, of course, where he’s currently the head of the Titus Brand and a mentor to Akira Tozawa and Apollo Crews, but even more so, he’s a hero outside of it.
Bullard has given an inspirational TED Talk, and he even has his own Titus Brand of popcorn, but his true passion lies in making a difference in the lives of youths and others who are at risk. We had a chance to talk to Thaddeus about a whole wide range of topics, including his WWE career, of course, but also about such wide-ranging topics as stereotypes in wrestling, race relations in America, and even who the best-dressed wrestler is (other than himself, of course).
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