John Cena, The Rock & More React to Las Vegas Shooting

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For those of you unaware, police and CNN are reporting at least 50 people were killed on Sunday night in what is being labeled as the deadliest mass shooting in United States history. The shooting took place during a concert on the Las Vegas strip in Nevada.

Police identified the shooter as Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old man white male from Mesquite, Nevada, and he was found dead when authorities entered the hotel room in which he was located.

Numerous pro wrestling personalities, including The Rock, Samoa Joe, Goldberg, Kevin Owens and more, have issued Tweets offering their thoughts on the horrific tragedy. You can read some of the pro wrestler posts below:

Thoughts and prayers go out to victims, families, and everyone affected by the horrific VEGAS shooting.

— Bill Goldberg (@Goldberg) October 2, 2017

Our thoughts & prayers are with everyone affected by the horrific tragedy in Las Vegas. #PrayForVegas

— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) October 2, 2017

“Firearm homicide rate is 25 times higher in the United States than in other high-income countries.”- The American Journal of Medicine.

— Mauro Ranallo (@mauroranallo) October 2, 2017

Vegas. Heart breaks.
Prayers, love, support and strength to the victims and their families. Hug our loved ones that much tighter today.

— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 2, 2017

I’m watching the news, speechless. Be safe. My thoughts are with everyone in Vegas at the moment.

— Kevin Owens (@FightOwensFight) October 2, 2017

The situation in Las Vegas is so senseless & beyond tragic. Condolences to those who’ve lost, and hope for those recovering.

— Samoa Joe (@SamoaJoe) October 2, 2017

My physically hurts from the sadness of the Vegas tragedy. Praying for all those affected in this unimaginable horror.

— Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) October 2, 2017

I am at a total loss for words over the senseless tragedy in Las Vegas. My heart goes out to the innocent victims and their families.

— John Cena (@JohnCena) October 2, 2017