Big Show helps kick off the Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America in Miami. Special Olympics Florida CEO Sherry Wheelock officially lights the Flame of Hope and passes it to Special Olympics Athlete and Unified Relay Co-Captain Zach Commander. Geovanni Gopradi, actor and Special Olympics Goodwill Ambassador for the 2015 World Games, holds the Flame of Hope. Big Show is a Unified Relay Co-Captain and Special Olympics Goodwill Ambassador for the 2015 World Games. "I accept the Flame, and on behalf of WWE, I pass it on," Big Show says. The event at Miami's Marlins Park officially kicks off the Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America. Tiempo Libre performs as the torch is brought to the infield by a Special Olympics Athlete. WWE is a promotional partner of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games and the Unified Relay. The Unified Relay consists of three simultaneous relays that will hit all 50 states throughout 46 days. The Special Olympics World Games in LA are from July 25 to Aug. 2. The torches will travel approximately 21,000 miles over 10,000 total segments. More than 7,000 athletes from more than 177 countries will compete at the World Games. More than 30,000 volunteers and 500,000 spectators will come together in Los Angeles for the World Games this summer.