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This Little Boy Was Constantly Bullied By His Peers. Then, NFL Superstar J.J. Watt Steps In

Bullying is a big issue nowadays. In fact, it's such a big issue that numerous efforts and organizations are on the rise to stop bullying, especially among children. Sadly, Billy, a 12-year-old boy, has suffered from bullying on a daily basis, being made fun of for how he talks, walks and looks. Nonetheless, Billy still had some very big dreams. He hoped to play for the football team at his school, yet he gave it up after more torment from his peers. Thankfully, one pro-football star showed him that you should never stop pursuing your dreams. J.J. Watt, a defensive end for the NFL's Houston Texans surprised Billy, bringing him to the YMCA to play the sport. J.J. himself was told he was too small to play the sport when he was young.
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