7’3″ WWE PC trainee Jordan Omogbehin debuts at NXT live event

Jordan Omogbehin, the 7’3″ Nigerian WWE Performance Center trainee made his in-ring debut for NXT at a non-televised live event in Lakeland, Florida.

Omogbehin, originally from Lagos, came to the ring managed by Courtenay Moore, the man formerly known as Stokely Hathaway. Omogbehin wrestled Team 3.0 and you can simply take a guess of how that match wrapped up. He was signed to a WWE developmental deal in October of last year.

Omogbehin attended and graduated from the Atlantic Shores Christian Academy in Chesapeake, Virginia, and played basketball for the University of South Florida, Morgan State University in Baltimore, and the Morgan State Bears.

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