People.com Entertainment Sports 9-Year-Old WWE Fan with Brain Condition Interviews Superstar Kevin Owens Steven Spice was diagnosed with chiari, a condition that affects the brain and the spinal cord By Jason Duaine Hahn Jason Duaine Hahn Website Jason Hahn is a Human Interest and Sports Reporter for PEOPLE. He's worked at PEOPLE's Los Angeles Bureau as a writer and reporter since 2017 and has interviewed the likes of Kobe Bryant, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Brady. He has a B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master's degree in Journalism from Columbia University. He previously worked for Complex Magazine in New York City. People Editorial Guidelines Published on May 20, 2021 06:59 PM Share Tweet Pin Email A young boy got to live out one of his dreams this week when he interviewed WWE Superstar Kevin Owens. Steven Spice, a 9-year-old wrestling fan, appeared on a recent episode of WWE's The Bump where he showed off his interviewing chops during a video call with Owens, 37. The moment was all the more impressive considering Spice has already undergone two brain surgeries in his young life. Spice has Chiari, a condition where part of the brain bulges outside of the skull where it joins the spinal cord, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. The condition can cause a series of symptoms, including headaches, sleep apnea, nerve problems and muscle weakness. Treatment for Chiari typically includes surgery to reduce pressure in the skull, Mayo Clinic adds. RELATED VIDEO: After 30 Years as 'The Undertaker,' WWE Superstar Mark Calaway Is Ready for What's Next In a statement, WWE said Spice would like to one day become a part of the industry by becoming a referee, manager or simply working backstage. Behind Roman Reigns' Mental Health and Fitness Routine: 'I Want to Maximize My Potential,' He Says It looks like Spice already has a head start — the company said he's met the likes of John Cena, Roman Reigns, Stephanie McMahon and Paul "Triple H" Levesque, including other WWE executives and Superstars. Spice also has his own YouTube channel and Twitter, where he often shows off his wrestling memorabilia, including hundreds of toys.