WWE Superstar Xia Li Named Special Olympics Fusion Challenge Ambassador

In WWE, Xia Li has been known as, “The Protector”. Now, she has a new title: “Special Olympics Fusion Challenge Ambassador”.

Chinese WWE Superstar Xia Li will accept the challenge of Chinese Special Olympics athlete and gymnastic gold medalist Li Xiang to start the new, “Special Olympics Fusion Challenge” activity, which is an online interactive activity launched by WWE and Special Olympics International for School of Strength China Edition. The School of Strength fitness campaign was created so that athletes and their families can workout together at home and have fun while doing it as a part of their health routines.

School of Strength China Edition video series offers warm up, flexibility, strength and endurance exercises at various levels of difficulty, produced specifically for Asian audiences by WWE and Special Olympics East Asia.

This is not Xia Li’s first involvement with Special Olympics International. She has been involved with their activities as far back as 2016, with Li’s most recent participation being last month, when she joined fellow WWE Superstars Drew McIntyre (who is the Special Olympics Champion Ambassador) and Happy Corbin at the 2022 Special Olympics National Games in Orlando, Florida .


Xia Li clearly is looking forward to her newest upcoming Special Olympics involvement. “It’s a huge honor,” she said. “I’m very proud to be a ‘Special Olympics Fusion Challenge Ambassador’ and I take that status very seriously. I want to be an influential, positive role model. I will continue to learn from the Special Olympics athletes, whose courage to try and win has always inspired me.”

Meanwhile in WWE, Xia Li is currently a member of the SmackDown brand, but was most recently seen on the Raw brand, where she took part in the, “Last Chance Money In The Bank Qualifying Six Pack Elimination” match on the June 27 edition of, “WWE Monday Night RAW”.

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