Ted DiBiase Jr. doesn’t just portray a good guy wrestler for the WWE, he is an actual good person who gave the family of a sick kid a big boost when he stopped by for a visit and even led them in prayer.

DiBiase Jr. was at the Batson Children’s Hospital in Mississippi filming a documentary about his faith and his charity for sick and underprivileged children.

During his tour of the hospital, DiBiase learned about a 10-month-old boy with Adenylosuccinate lyase deficiency, an extremely rare disease which causes psychomotor retardation and which could lead to epileptic seizures as well as autism.

DiBiase Jr. was so moved by the kid’s story, he met the boy and his family and even led a prayer for him — which, we’re told, deeply touched them.

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