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Pro wrestler writes kids' book

Feb. 10, 2013 at 2:11 PM

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10 (UPI) -- Pro wrestler Kenn Doane, who had an inside-the-ring persona as a bully, says he has come up with an anti-bullying book for children.

Doane, 26, who went by the name bad guy Kenny Dykstra when he was with the WWE, told the entertainment industry news website TMZ he decided to become an author while working to rehabilitate a recent knee injury.

His book, "Billy's Bully," will tell the story of one boy who stands up to his tormentor and will teach kids how to avoid becoming a bully, TMZ said.

Doane said he's lined up a publisher, who put him in touch with another author and illustrators to hone the book, which should be released in June, TMZ said.

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