The coronavirus pandemic has caused major disruption to the United Kingdom. The country is currently on lockdown for at least another three weeks and 21,092 people have died.
To help the NHS during the pandemic, Captain Tom Moore has raised over £29 million by doing laps of his garden in Bedfordshire. The World War Two veteran turns 100 today and received over 125,000 cards from around the world.
WWE has also commemorated Moore's achievements as WWE Champion Drew McIntyre created a personalised WWE Championship for the veteran. The belt also includes custom side plates to celebrate the captain's 100th birthday.
In a statement, Drew McIntyre said: "I am proud that WWE has created a WWE Championship title for Captain Tom Moore featuring personalised side plates to celebrate his 100th birthday and commemorate his achievements for the NHS. He is a true hero who stepped up when his country called in World War 2, and who stepped up again today with the same selfless courage and determination to help others. At WWE our mission is to put smiles on people's faces around the world. Captain Tom Moore has achieved that by uniting millions across the world in support of his truly outstanding fundraising endeavours. Captain Tom, I look forward to shaking your hand in person someday."