The beautification tour had three stops, ending at the Jordan Downs Public Housing Project in Watts.
While the kids were excited to meet the WWE stars, the wrestlers said they're grateful for the opportunity to give back.
"Doing things like this is one of the rare opportunities that I get to really feel good about something I did," said WWE wrestler John Morrison. "I think this is a day people are going to talk about and smile about for hopefully years to come."
The event was part of the WWE's second annual Day of Service.