WWE announces its latest Performance Center class

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE announced the following list of new recruits for its new class at the WWE Performance Center via WWE.com.

-Bobby Steveson: The brother of Olympic gold medalist Gable Stevenson. Bobby wrestled at the University of Minnesota.

-Ben Buchanan: Son of former WWE wrestler Bull Buchanan and a former high school wrestling champion.

-Brady Booker: A former University of South Dakota linebacker.

-Jessica Woynilko: A CrossFit athlete, gymnast, and bodybuilder from Prior Lake, Minnesota.

-Joseph Fatu: Son of Rikishi and the younger brother of Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso. He worked as Sefa Fatu independently.

-Joshua Dawkins: Trained by D-Von Dudley and the nephew of NBA legend Darryl Dawkins.

Powell’s POV: Yes, all five of the male trainees are six feet or taller. It’s nice to see that at least a couple of the signees have some some pro wrestling history and/or family history in the business. Only time will tell whether Gable will follow his brother to WWE.

Readers Comments (1)

  1. And soon, five of those trainees will be released while Fatu unites with his brothers and cousin on the main roster. Why do they waste their time?

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