When a video becomes a viral sensation it normally doesn't have a participation requirement from others. But the "Ice Bucket Challenge" as it has been dubbed started off in June with Peter Frates, a former captain of the Boston College baseball team. Frates is 29 years old, and he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease) in 2012.
After Frates posted his challenge at the end of July, the ice bucket challenge has taken off. The viral fundraising game to raise funds for The ALS Association has spread across social media and seen entertainers and celebrities like late-night host Jimmy Fallon and Martha Stewart participate.
The social awareness has even infiltrated the WWE Universe. After WWE personality Triple H was challenged by Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, he continued the challenge by passing it on to WWE Hall-of-Famers "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan, plus Vincent Kennedy McMahon.
If you feel like you've been left out of the challenge by not being tagged from friends and family, you can always start your own chain and spread the challenge to others, or you can make a donation to The ALS Association, or you can do both!