Irish professional wrestler Finn Bàlor (real name Fergal Devitt) should've had a less than stellar evening during last night's Wrestlemania 34, as he suffered an intercontinental loss to fellow wrestler Seth Rollins. He wound up winning something so much better though, as his entrance into the Mercedes-Benz SuperDome stadium may have just been the most inclusive thing the WWE has done for the LGBT community in its very long history.
Before him stepping into the ring with Rollins, Bàlor walked his way out with several members of the LGBTQ community in New Orleans, all of whom were flanked with rainbow colored t-shirts with the phrase "For Everyone" written at the top.
It's something that hasn't been seen in this type of sport in the past, and the response on social media for what he did was overwhelmingly positive.
The shirt in question incorporates a rainbow design to promote inclusivity of the LGBTQ community all over the world, with 20% of the sales benefiting the GLAAD charity. For those interested in purchasing the shirt, you can find more information here.
Thanks Finn for being such a staunch supporter of our community!