WWE Performance Center Announces New Recruits

WWE Performance Center Announces New Recruits: The WWE has announced its newest group of trainees, all of whom are eager to begin their careers as WWE Superstars.

Of the 17 aspirants, there are several stars in football, volleyball, and soccer as well as some rising stars in mixed martial arts and amateur wrestling.

An accomplished MMA fighter, Valerie Loureda has a 4-1 record in the promotion Bellator. The 24-year-old MMA star is a social media sensation and a Taekwondo black belt from Miami, Florida. WWE’s latest signee, Laura, is also the first Cuban-American to do so.

Tracy Hancock, at only 24 years old, is already a well-known amateur wrestler on a global scale thanks to her participation in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. The Colorado Springs native is 6-foot-1 and 215 pounds; he has spent the past five years practicing with Team USA Wrestling. He won bronze at the 2021 World Wrestling Championships.

Alexis Lete, a former Miss Indiana and star middle blocker for the George Washington University volleyball team is transferring to the WWE Performance Center. Lete is a well-known social media personality who rose to fame because of her popular Wonder Woman TikTok videos and her “Crypto Cast” podcast about cryptocurrencies.

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Tiller Bucktrot, formerly of the Tulsa University offensive line, stands at 6 feet 4 inches and weighs 305 pounds. Bucktrot is a member of the Muscogee Creek Tribe and has called Stroud, Oklahoma, home all his life.

24-year-old Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald was born and raised in Lakeland, Florida, but is of Nigerian descent. During his time at Kentucky, the 6-foot-5, 284-pounder played defensive lineman for four years.

Originally from Scottsburg, Indiana, and a former member of the world-famous Baylor Acrobatics & Tumbling team, AJ Amrhein is now an accomplished fitness instructor. Amrhein has been honored as the Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year for 2020, and she has won three national titles with The Bears.

Hailing from Huffman, Texas, where he excelled on the football field, 6-foot-4, 335-pound force Antoine Frazier went on to become a regular on the offensive line at Kansas University and the University of Northern Iowa.

Isaac Odugbesan is a three-time SEC shot put champion and a 2021-22 WWE NIL Athlete. The native of Lagos, Nigeria has set state records in Alabama for indoor and outdoor distances.

Daniel McArthur, a 24-year-old senior at the University of North Carolina, has won the Atlantic Coast Conference track and field championship four times and been named a four-time NCAA All-American. McArthur, who is 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 300 pounds, competed in the 2020 Olympic Trials and holds UNC’s indoor and outdoor shot put records.

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24-year-old Gina DeLucia is one of the best female Crossfit athletes in the United States. DeLucia is a former cheerleader and Ole Miss alum who now competes at the highest levels of Crossfit on a global scale.

Giovanna Eburneo is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt and a two-time European and Pan-American champion. Also a personal trainer, the 25-year-old is from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Houston Miller, a 6-foot-4, 260-pound defensive lineman from Fort Worth, Texas, played for Texas Tech for three years.

Caleb Balgaard is a native of Fenton, Michigan, and he competes in a number of sports. The 24-year-old utility player from South Alabama distinguished out with his 6-foot-3 height and 209-pound weight.

WWE Performance Center Announces New Recruits
WWE Performance Center Announces New Recruits

Joe Spivak is another 2021-22 WWE NIL Athlete from Northwestern University. He stands at 6 feet 1 inch and weighs 310 pounds. Spivak, who hails from Darien, Illinois, has been tapped to lead the Wildcats on the gridiron. The defensive lineman is also among the nominees for the 2021 Wuerffel Trophy, which recognizes the most influential leaders in community service among college football players.

Sarah Baer excelled as a collegiate athlete on the soccer and basketball courts at both Bowling Green State University and Lynn University. The 26-year-old athlete/criminal-justice-expert plays two sports professionally.

Tiana Caffey, now 23, played soccer for LSU in college. Caffey, a resident of Port St. Lucie, Florida, has been selected to join the United States Under-17 National Soccer Team.

Roman Macek was a threat on both the football field and the mat; he wrestled for Duquesne University and won a bronze medal at the PIAA State Championships. At 6 feet 1 inch tall and 265 pounds, the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native has a bench press record of 450 pounds at Duquesne University.

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