11 new athletes join the WWE Performance Center


WWE has added 11 new recruits as part of a new International class at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. These 11 Superstars and Divas in the making hail from seven different countries and have already started training.

The new class includes Cassie McIntosh and Jessica McKay from Sydney, Australia; Nhooph Al-Areebi from Toronto, Canada; Axel Tischer from Dresden, Germany; Oscar Vasquez from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico; Radomir Petkovic from Belgrade, Serbia; Peter Howard from Exter, England; and representing the United States are Kenneth Crawford from Illinois, Thomas Kingdon from Michigan, Sesugh Uhaa from Georgia, and Levis Valenzuela Jr., from North Carolina.

This brings the total amount of students at the Performance Center to 66 who are all training under WWE coaches, trainers, and doctors.

“The global reach of WWE is reflected in the diversity of this class of NXT recruits,” said Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative. “Talent is the most important natural resource we have, and these individuals will have every opportunity to hone their skills and fulfill their dream of becoming a WWE Superstar or Diva at the WWE Performance Center.”