Inspiring millions to dream big and live a life of passion and purpose
America’s #1 School Presenter
Marc Mero’s tour reaches students at a heart level and gives them tools and inspiration to face everyday challenges and view their life from a new perspective. Marc shares his captivating journey with audiences worldwide and inspires people to examine their life choices. Listeners feel a greater sense of appreciation toward their relationships and the “gift of time” – and are empowered to make a difference in their personal life, school, career, and community.
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Building A Healthy Culture
Marc’s desire to make a greater impact upon the lives of others led him to transition from sports entertainment to discovering his true passion as an Inspirational Speaker and Author. In 2007, Marc founded the nonprofit organization Champion of Choices, empowering youth to make positive choices. A family and youth advocate, and sports celebrity, Marc has conducted hundreds of media interviews and made appearances on several national TV shows. Marc’s inspirational videos have been seen by millions, and his influence both online and on stage is worldwide.
From his early days growing up in a single-parent home in Buffalo, NY, Marc dreamed big and set lofty goals. Despite many obstacles, Marc found success with hockey, football and boxing and then achieved fame as a WCW and WWE Wrestling Champion.
Despite many obstacles, while growing up in a single-parent home in Buffalo, NY, Marc dreamed big and set lofty goals. His determination and relentless work ethic led to success in high school with hockey, football, and boxing. While on the path to becoming a professional boxer, Marc’s life took a drastic turn and his athletic career was sidelined for ten years. Then at the age of 31, he entered the wrestling ring and achieved fame as a WCW and WWE Wrestling Champion. For 14 years, Marc entertained audiences worldwide as “Johnny B. Badd,” “Wildman” Marc Mero and “Marvelous” Marc Mero – reaching the pinnacle of athletic success — and then lost it all to bad choices.