The dream of becoming a professional wrestler came true for 25-year-old Vincent Mejía of Orlando. Mejía, who has Down syndrome, was on the main stage of Doctor Phillips Performing Arts Center, Steinmetz Hall. DPAC partnered with the Dream Machine Foundation to fulfill Mejía’s dream.
“Tonight, is a night about dreams. Tonight, is a night about possibilities. He has a disability in most people’s eyes, but we just wanna show the world how much ability he has,” said Charlie Rocket, the founder of Dream Machine Foundation. “This is the beginning. This is to show the world he can be a pro wrestler.”
Read more at: https://www.clickorlando.com/news/local/2022/03/28/orlando-man-becomes-1st-wrestler-with-down-syndrome/