Despite only breaking ground on the project in May, the WWE officially opened their new $2.3 million Performance Center based in Orlando, Florida.
“Offering a comprehensive program that includes in-ring training, physical preparedness and character development for approximately 75 talent, the center houses seven wrestling rings, a world-class gym and high-tech production and edit suites in accordance with WWE’s partnership with Full Sail University, whose students edit and produce weekly, internationally broadcast installments of WWE NXT at the university’s Full Sail Live facility. The center also offers a best-in-class sports medicine program as well as a fully functional kitchen.”
Executive Vice President of Talent and Live Events, Triple H has been tweeting “sneak peek” photos of the Center before its official press conference later today. Also at the bottom of this article you can find a gallery of artist renderings of what the Center looks like inside.
In addition, WWE Superstars have also been tweeting all day today about how this new training facility will affect the WWE, Orlando and the wrestling business as a whole:
Artist renderings from the Orlando Business Journal:
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