WWE Unveils State-of-the-Art Performance Center
WWE yesterday underscored its position as one of the world’s leading sports entertainment companies by unveiling a brand new 26,000 square-feet training facility in Orlando, Florida. The state-of-the-art WWE Performance Center will be home to WWE’s talent development program, producing the next generation of WWE Superstars.
Featuring seven training rings, a world-class strength and conditioning room, and a full suite of editing and production facilities, the WWE Performance Center will allow future WWE performers to hone their skills both inside and outside the ring.
“The WWE Performance Center represents the guaranteed future success of our company, providing the next generation of WWE Superstars with a world-class facility to call their own,” said Paul “Triple H®” Levesque, Executive Vice President, Talent and Live Events, WWE. “The venue offers our developmental talent a full training experience with real time feedback from WWE coaches, trainers and doctors, giving them the resources they need to develop their talent both athletically and creatively.”
Thursday’s opening ceremony was also attended by Stephanie McMahon, Executive Vice President, Creative, WWE, as well as by Florida Governor Rick Scott, Mayor of Orange County Teresa Jacobs, and Ken Goldstone, Chief Operating Officer, Full Sail University. The Performance Center continues WWE’s partnership with the University, which includes a student scholarship program and the hosting of the WWE NXT series, which broadcasts on Hulu Plus in more than 100 countries.
The new center will be the training ground for approximately 75 individuals, including former professional and collegiate athletes, Olympians and entertainers, offering a central location and best-in-class sports medicine program for current and future WWE Superstars.
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