Natalya and other Superstars and Divas meet special guests from Susan G. Komen for the Cure before Raw in Charlotte, N.C., at Time Warner Cable Arena.
Hornswoggle says hello to some of the youngsters at the event.
At the end of October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, WWE gave a huge donation to Komen.
Through donations and sales of John Cena’s pink and black gear, WWE raised $1 million for Komen!
Dorothy Jones, vice president of marketing for Susan G. Komen, poses with The Prime Time Players.
More than 100 breast cancer survivors, co-survivors and representatives from Charlotte’s Komen affiliate help bring awareness to the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second-leading cause of cancer-related death among women in the U.S.
One hundred percent of WWE’s profits from the Cena merchandise was donated to Komen.
"I want to personally thank the WWE Universe for their overwhelming support of Susan G. Komen’s fight against breast cancer," Cena said. "I’m truly honored to lead WWE’s charge to rise above cancer and help find a cure."