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Former Impact Wrestling star among new WWE Performance Center signees

The WWE Performance Center has welcomed three new additions to the ever-growing list of trainees. These are Robert Strauss, Stokely Hathaway, and Cal Bloom.

Strauss is best known for his role as Robbie E in Impact Wrestling. Now 35 years old, he last wrestled for Impact in 2017 and has been working the independents ever since. Apart from being an accomplished wrestler, Strauss has also participated in the trials for Dwayne Johnson’s The Titan Games and was a contestant on the CBS reality TV show The Amazing Race.

Hathaway has been working lately as a manager rather than a wrestler although he does wrestle occasionally. He spent the last few years managing at Ring of Honor and at EVOLVE. He was the manager of Moose in ROH, who now works for Impact Wrestling.

Bloom, certainly the biggest of all three in terms of size, is a second-generation wrestler. He is the son of former WWE Superstar Wayne Bloom, who was Beau Beverly of the Beverly Brothers. Bloom stands at 6’5″ and is 255lbs. He is a former football player and the 25-year-old still has yet to make his pro wrestling debut.

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