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 fulfill their dream of becoming a WWE Superstar,” said Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative. “Our state-of-the-art training facility gives our talent every opportunity to succeed and grow, and I’m pleased to welcome this new class to WWE.”
The new training class includes 6’9” Babatunde Aiyegbusi from Olesnica, Poland who is a former professional football player; Bianca Blair from Knoxville, Tennessee, an All-American and All-SEC track & field performer in hurdles at the University of Tennessee; Nikola Bogojevic from Superior, Wisconsin, a world-class Greco Roman Wrestler who was the National Champion in Greco Roman Wrestling at the Junior Pan-American Games in 2011; Carolyn Dunning from Las Vegas, Nevada, a former Air Force ROTC member and nationally ranked bodybuilding bikini competitor by The National Physique Committee; Macey Estrella from Parris Island, South Carolina, a former U.S. Marine and member of the Marine Corps SWAT Team; Nicola Glencross from Glasgow, Scotland who has eight years of experience wrestling on the independent circuit; Terrance Jean-Jacques from Boston, Massachusetts, an All-American wrestler at the University of Rhode Island in 2015; Daniella Kamela from Los Angeles, California, a former an on-air talent for FOX Sports Arizona, Phoenix Suns dancer and Arizona Cardinals cheerleader; Michael Nicholls from Perth, Australia, a 10 year indie wrestling veteran; and Shane Veryzer, also from Perth, Australia who has 11 years of experience wrestling on the independent circuit.