Mauro Ranallo’s battle with mental health has touched the lives of many in the WWE Universe. Ranallo has been an advocate of mental health awareness for years now, and was even the subject of a SHOWTIME documentary, “Bipolar Rock ‘N’ Roller,” revealing the battle Ranallo has fought throughout his life.
Ranollo has not attempted to hide his battle with Bipolar Disorder, choosing instead to openly address it, attempting to help those who deal with these disorders every day.
The voice of NXT was absent from the brand’s recent TV tapings, with 205 Live commentators Vic Joseph taking over for him. And for good reason. Ranallo was the recipient of the Mental Health Advocacy award by ‘Fountain House.’
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Much love to my @shosports fam for coming out and supporting me last night as I received a #MentalHealth advocacy award from the FANTASTIC folks at @fountainhouse in New York city. Fountain House is the standard bearer for mental health care! #BiPolarRockNRoller #StigmaSmasher ❤️
Mauro Ranallo took to Instagram to thank both SHOWTIME and Fountain House.