WWE REPORTS: Ten New Signees Have Started Training at WWE Performance Center

Published 02/24/2021, 7:17 AM EST


The WWE is always seeking to expand its roster with some of the hottest names available. In this regard, they have zeroed in on numerous prospects and the WWE has scheduled quite a few new signees to begin their training at the Performance Center. Now, reports have confirmed some new joiners who will start working at the Performance Center.

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A brief about the new WWE signees

Angela Arnold

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Angela Arnold is one of the best students Booker T worked with at Reality of Wrestling. She secured the Reality of Wrestling Diamonds Division Championship twice. She made her pro-wrestling debut in the promotional event organized by Impact Wrestling and Reality of Wrestling.

Christian Brigham

He is better known as Christian Casanova within the independent circles.

Parker Boudreaux

He looks similar to Brock Lesnar and has referred to himself as ‘The Next Big Thing’. This was the same moniker that Lesnar used back in the day. In fact, Paul Heyman Tweeted about the young talent which made headlines.

Gigi Dolin

She had previously appeared on WWE’s Mae Young Classic (2018) as Priscilla Kelly. She is best known for being able to play mind-games with her opponents inside the ring to gain an advantage over them.

Anthony Henry

Anthony Henry worked at the Performance Center back in 2019, and it was these efforts that led to his initial signing. Unfortunately, he couldn’t make his debut in 2020 because of the global pandemic.

He will train at the Performance Center before making his official debut with WWE NXT.

 

Christian Hubble

He is also known as Blake Christian. Prior to signing with WWE, Christian has worked with GCW, New Japan, and Impact Wrestling.

Cora Jade

Formerly known as Elayna Black, she made her first PPV debut with Impact Wrestling at Prelude to Glory. Following this, Jade appeared on AEW Dark where she lost to Red Velvet. She appeared on another episode of AEW Dark and she lost to Brandi Rhodes and Red Velvet.

Bronson Rechsteiner

He received a tryout from WWE in November 2020. Undoubtedly, WWE had eyes out for him considering he is the son of former WWE Superstar, Rick Steiner.

Karissa Rivera

She is the daughter of WWF lower card journeyman, Steve King. She made her WWE debut back in 2018 in an episode of NXT, where she lost to Lacey Evans. Rivera appeared on an episode of SmackDown where she teamed up with Kris against the IIconics, but lost the match.

Finally, she appeared on an episode of WWE Raw as Bobby Lashley’s ‘Ex-Wife’.

Zoey Stark

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Formerly known as Lacey Ryan, she made her debut in Vendetta Pro Wrestling. However, it was in 2019 when she made a mark for herself in the industry when working with Sabotage Wrestling with the name Serrano.

Before signing with WWE, she worked with Impact Wrestling. According to reports, she got the chance for WWE Performance Center in November 2020.

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What do you make of the latest Performance Center recruits? Who do you think has the potential to be the WWE’s next breakout superstar?

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Shuvangi Sen Chaudhury

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Shuvangi is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. She has over 1000 published WWE articles and also has experience in content operations with Forbes. Having completed her undergraduation from Royal Holloway, University of London, Shuvangi is closely aligned to the fitness industry, having amateur skills levels in tennis and basketball while rowing at a regatta level.

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