WWE Wrestler Shows Support for Military By Meeting With Troops

<p>WWE Wrestler Kofi Kingston poses for pictures during meet and greet with military</p>

WWE Wrestler Kofi Kingston poses for pictures during meet and greet with military

W.W.E. wrestlers show their support for the military by meeting with troops, vets and their families in Yakima before a big show tonight.

Wrester Kofi Kingston signed autographs during a meet and greet at the Washington Army National Guard Readiness Center this afternoon. The W.W.E. wrestlers will be performing at the Yakima Sundome, and are big fans of the military themselves.

Kingston's fans are excited to meet the wrestler.

"I think it's very cool, I think it's a really good thing that they're doing, coming out and meeting the community, especially supporting the military the way they do," says Eric Shriner.

"He's my favorite wrestler," says his son John.

The "W.W.E. World Tour" kicks off at the Sundome at 7:30 tonight.  Tickets are still on sale, and the event is free for military personnel with a photo I.D.