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Bin Wang becomes first Chinese developmental talent for WWE

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As part of the historic announcement in China, WWE also announced that it has signed Bin Wang to a developmental deal, giving him the opportunity to train to become the first-ever Chinese Superstar in WWE history. The 22 year old Wang is 6’3” and weighs 220lbs and comes from Anhui. He has been training for the past two years in Japan at Inoki...

WWE running tryout camp in China

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WWE is currently holding its first tryout camp in China, headed up by WWE Performance Center coaches. Triple H, the brain behind NXT and the WWE Performance Center, joined the festivities as well, flying in from England following the Download Festival in the weekend. NXT head coach Matt Bloom is running the camp along with Robbie Brookside and...

Open day at the WWE Performance Center on July 25

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Once again WWE is having an open day at the WWE Performance Center on July 25 with tickets going for $1,499 each. The expensive tour does have some very cool things attached to it but only a limited number of fans can enjoy it…and probably afford it. The day starts with a breakfast with NXT Superstars and then lunch with both meals included. The...

10 new recruits begin training at WWE Performance Center

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WWE today announced a new class of 10 recruits that have begun training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. The new class will join a group of 69 men and women training at the facility. “With support from our world-class coaching staff at the WWE Performance Center these men and women will have the chance to hone their skills and...

Another WWE Performance Center: All Access tour set for January

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WWE will be holding another Performance Center All Access behind-the-scenes tour in January following a successful outing in September. For $1,499 per person, fans who purchase a ticket will be able to share breakfast and lunch with NXT Superstars and Divas, participate in a Q&A and orientation session with coaches, help produce, manage, and...

19 new recruits join the WWE Performance Center

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Today WWE officially announced the new class of 19 recruits who have begun training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, including five Tough Enough competitors – Mada, Daria, Patrick Clark, ZZ, and Amanda. The announcement of the Tough Enough contestants came over the past few weeks however WWE never acknowledged it publicly...

WWE opening up the Performance Center to fans for one day

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WWE is opening the doors of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, to a limited number of fans for one day only on Monday, September 28. Marketed as The WWE Performance Center: All Access, the experience will include breakfast and lunch with NXT Superstars and Divas, Q&A and orientation with NXT coaching staff, Q&A and autograph...

Linda McMahon visits the WWE Performance Center

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Former WWE CEO and Senate candidate for the Republican party Linda McMahon visited the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, yesterday, her first trip to the state-of-the-art facility. “So cool to see WWE’s newest innovation, training the next generation of Divas and Superstars,” McMahon wrote on Twitter, adding several photos of...

WWE Performance Center turns two!

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Today is the two year anniversary of the opening of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, which is perhaps one of the most important – along with the WWE Network – launches in the past decade for the company. The brainchild of WWE’s Triple H, the Performance Center is the state of the art training and medical facility for...