The 26,000 square feet WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, was officially opened today after an investment of $3.5 million by the company to strengthen their developmental system.
Tons of WWE Superstars, Divas, and developmental talent, along with WWE officials, press, and politicians from the area were present for the grand opening. The opening got a lot of press in Orlando and online, where #WWEPC was the top tending topic on Twitter for a while.
The new center will employ nearly 100 workers as future WWE Superstars and Divas will call this state-of-the-art building their home till they get called up to the main roster.
The WWE Performance Center consists of seven full-sized wrestling rings, a gym, high-tech production and edit suites where Full Sail University students edit and produce NXT, a fully functional kitchen, and a sports medicine program.