Roman Reigns in November 2021. Nov 21, 2021; Brooklyn, NY, USA; WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns (black attire) along with his special counsel Paul Heyman (suit) celebrate the win over WWE World Heavyweight Champion Big E (colored attire) during their singles match WWE Survivor Series at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Prior to Friday night’s episode of WWE Smackdown in Milwaukee, Wis., WWE Undisputed Universal Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns granted a Make-A-Wish.

This is the second straight week Reigns has done such.

One user posted a video to the news story discussing Reigns’ charitable act to his X account Saturday night.

WWE has a decades-long partnership with Make-A-Wish, and WWE’s wrestlers, referred to as superstars, are always active with the organization. Reigns was given the 2021 Chris Greicius Award from Make-A-Wish, given to those who “play a pivotal role in furthering the Make-A-Wish mission.”

At the time he was given the award, Make-A-Wish also noted in a press release that Reigns “has inspired many wish kids with his confidence and courage both in and out of the ring, especially given the health challenges that he has had to overcome,” referring to Reigns’ public battle with leukemia which kept him away from WWE from the fall of 2018 to the spring of 2019 before he returned, announcing he was cancer-free.

Reigns’ fellow WWE superstar and former champion John Cena has granted more wishes than anyone else in Make-A-Wish history.

Reigns will next be in action on Saturday, November 4 when he puts the WWE Undisputed Universal Heavyweight Championship against LA Knight at WWE’s Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia, available on Peacock.