Curt Hawkins said he wouldn't mind going on Sesame Street to talk to kids about dealing with defeat. He noted it would score big points with his daughter too, since Raw is on too late for her. According to Hawkins' Twitter profile, the streak is hovering at 198 straight losses.
I really want to be a guest on @sesamestreet. I can help kids with dealing with defeat. It’s ok as long as you keep trying. Plus, my daughter would be really impressed with me. Raw’s on too late for her.— Brian Myers (@TheCurtHawkins) May 25, 2018
Sesame Street has been on TV for quite a while now, and it was the show that taught many children about dealing with loss, recently mental disabilities like autism, and much more. The show first premiered on November 10th 1969. It used to be on PBS but had been moved over to HBO. As of 2014, Sesame Street has won 167 Emmy Awards and 8 Grammy Awards. This is more than any other children's show.