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The WWE Performance Center is the official List of professional wrestling terms#S, professional wrestling school system of the American professional wrestling Professional wrestling promotion, promotion WWE. The promotion currently operates two Performance Center locations, which serve as sports training, training facilities for WWE wrestlers, as well as sports science and sports medicine, medical facilities. The first branch, located in Orlando, Florida, was opened on July 11, 2013. The second branch opened on January 11, 2019, in London Borough of Enfield, Enfield, London. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Performance Center in Orlando gained prominence in 2020 as a home arena; WWE moved its weekly television programs and all pay-per-views for Raw (WWE brand), Raw and SmackDown (WWE brand), SmackDown (including WrestleMania 36) Behind closed doors (sport), behind closed doors at a studio in the facility from March through August, when the company relocated these programs to a bio-secure bubble called the WWE ThunderDome. In October 2020, NXT (WWE brand), NXT and 205 Live (WWE brand), 205 Live's programs were moved to the Performance Center with the main arena reconfigured as the "Capitol Wrestling Center" (CWC)—a staging configuration similar to the ThunderDome. COVID-19 restrictions were lifted in June 2021, with the CWC becoming NXT's home base, replacing Full Sail University. The CWC name was phased out in September 2021 when NXT was restructured as NXT 2.0.


History


Training facilities

The facility covers and includes seven Wrestling ring, training rings (including a special padded ring for high-flying moves), a strength and conditioning program, edit and production facilities including an ultra-slow camera, and a voice-over room that performers and on-air announcers can use to practice. The facility was opened in 2013 and replaced the training center at WWE's former developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), which was based in Tampa, Florida, Tampa and had been serving as WWE's developmental headquarters since 2008. The Performance Center trains around 65 to 70 wrestlers at any one time. Trainees have a variety of experience levels, from beginners from non-wrestling backgrounds to experienced wrestlers from the independent circuit. Wrestlers train to improve their in-ring performance, strength and conditioning, as well as working on their characters and personality. Upcoming referees, ring announcers, commentators, and backstage interviewers also train at the Performance Center. The trainees train full-time, while also performing at weekly NXT house shows and appearing on ''WWE NXT (TV series), NXT'' television. In addition, established WWE performers often use the facility for training and injury rehab while mentoring new trainees. The Performance Center uses former wrestlers as trainers. The inaugural head trainer was Bill DeMott, who departed the company in 2015 and was replaced by Matt Bloom. Other trainers include Sara Del Rey, Sara Amato, Robbie Brookside, Norman Smiley, Adam Pearce (wrestler), Adam Pearce, Mike Quackenbush, Scotty 2 Hotty, Scotty 2 Hotty and Sarah Stock. Dusty Rhodes (wrestler), Dusty Rhodes was responsible for developing the trainees' microphone skills and wrestling personas until his death in 2015. The Performance Center includes some guest trainers, including Kevin Nash and Scott Hall (wrestler), Scott Hall. In addition to training contracted performers, the Performance Center is also regularly used for tryouts which operate on an invite-only basis and include athletes from a wide variety of backgrounds, including established domestic and international professional wrestlers, amateur wrestling, amateur wrestlers, NFL and NCAA American football players, and individuals from a range of other sporting and non-sporting backgrounds. A second Great Britain, Britain-based Performance Center opened in London Borough of Enfield, Enfield, London on January 11, 2019. In April 2019, WWE announced plans to open additional Performance Centers in India and China.


Use as a home arena during the COVID-19 pandemic

On March 12, 2020, WWE announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic (which resulted in the suspension of many professional sports leagues), live episodes of ''WWE Raw, Raw'' and ''WWE SmackDown, SmackDown'' would air from the Performance Center behind closed doors (sport), without an audience until further notice, beginning with the following day's episode of ''SmackDown.'' The company had begun filming episodes of ''WWE NXT, NXT'' without an audience at Full Sail University the previous day, although the March 11 episode was filmed at the Performance Center and was the last show produced with a live paying audience. On March 16, it was announced that WrestleMania 36, set to take place on April 5 and previously scheduled for Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, would instead be moved to the Performance Center, again without an audience and would expand to two nights taking place on Saturday April 4 and Sunday April 5. The Performance Center continued to host episodes of ''Raw'', ''SmackDown'', ''WWE 205 Live, 205 Live'', and ''WWE Main Event, Main Event'', as well as the pay-per-views Money in the Bank (2020), Money in the Bank, Backlash (2020), Backlash, and The Horror Show at Extreme Rules, before the shows and pay-per-views moved to the new, larger-scale "WWE ThunderDome, ThunderDome" staging (under similar restrictions, but with a virtual audience on LED screens) at Orlando's Amway Center, beginning with the August 21 ''SmackDown'' and that weekend's SummerSlam (2020), SummerSlam (in December, the ThunderDome relocated to Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida before moving to Yuengling Center in Tampa in April 2021).


Capitol Wrestling Center

In October 2020, beginning with NXT TakeOver 31, ''NXT'' and ''205 Live'' moved to the Performance Center (from Full Sail University and the ThunderDome at Amway Center, respectively), using a reconfigured version of the facility's main arena branded as the "Capitol Wrestling Center"—an homage to WWE's precursor, the Capitol Wrestling Corporation. It was a variant of the ThunderDome concept designed to reflect the look and feel of NXT programming, with a virtual audience on an LED screen in the studio, and areas for limited outside spectators divided by plexiglass walls. The ringside barricade was also redesigned with the addition of plexiglass decorated with chain-link fencing (unlike the ThunderDome, which remained closed to in-person spectators). For NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver, TakeOver: Stand & Deliver in April 2021, the plexiglass wall dividers were removed and live audience capacity was increased. NXT TakeOver: In Your House (2021), TakeOver: In Your House in June increased capacity further to nearly 300 spectators. Nearly all COVID-19 protocols were lifted, including physical distancing requirements and the requirement to wear masks, although anyone who had tested positive within the preceding 14 days were asked to stay home. The virtual audience was also removed with the increased live audience capacity. While Raw and SmackDown resumed a live touring schedule in mid-July, NXT continued to run shows from the Capitol Wrestling Center, in turn becoming NXT's home base, replacing Full Sail. On September 14, 2021, the Capitol Wrestling Center name was discontinued when NXT was relaunched as NXT 2.0, complete with a fully redesigned Performance Center.


Events hosted

The following are the events that have been held at the Performance Center while being used as a home arena, which initially started as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but became NXT's home arena in mid-2021.


Locations


United States

The first WWE Performance Center facility was opened on July 11, 2013. The Performance Center replaced the training center at WWE's former developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), which was based in Tampa, Florida, Tampa and had been serving as WWE's developmental headquarters since 2008.


Wrestlers trained


=2013

= * Braun Strowman, Adam Scherr (competed as Braun Strowman on WWE Raw, Raw and WWE SmackDown, SmackDown. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Alexa Bliss, Alexis Kaufman (currently competes as Alexa Bliss on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Dana Brooke, Ashley Sebera (currently competes as Dana Brooke on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Cal Bishop (competed on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2015.) * Lana (wrestler), CJ Perry (competed as Lana on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Chad Gable, Charles Betts (currently competes as Chad Gable on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Dax Harwood, David Harwood (competed as Scott Dawson on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Mojo Rawley, Dean Muhtadi (competed as Mojo Rawley on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Enzo Amore, Eric Arndt (competed as Enzo Amore on WWE Raw, Raw and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2018.) * The Street Profits, Gary Gordon (currently competes as Angelo Dawkins on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Bull Dempsey, James Smith (competed as Bull Dempsey on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2016) * JoJo (wrestler), Joseann Offerman (competed as Jojo on the WWE NXT, NXT brand before becoming a ring announcer for WWE Raw, Raw and WWE SmackDown, SmackDown. Left WWE in 2021) * Carmella (wrestler), Leah Van Dale (currently competes as Carmella on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Tucker (American wrestler), Levi Cooper (competed as Tucker and Tucker Knight on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Marcus Louis, Mikael Vierge (competed as Marcus Louis on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2016) * Buddy Murphy, Matthew Adams (competed as Buddy Murphy and Murphy on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Eva Marie, Natalie Coyle (competed as Eva Marie on the WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT brands. Released from WWE in 2017 and again in 2021.) * Bayley (wrestler), Pamela Martinez (currently competes as Bayley on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.) * Stuart Tomlinson (competed as Hugo Knox on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2016.) * Baron Corbin, Thomas Pestock (currently competes as Happy Corbin on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.)


=2014

= * Cash Wheeler, Daniel Wheeler (competed as Dash Wilder on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Liv Morgan, Gionna Daddio (currently competes as Liv Morgan on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Riddick Moss, Michael Rallis (currently competes as Madcap Moss on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.) * Kona Reeves, Noah Potjes (competed as Kona Reeves on WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Tino Sabbatelli, Sabatino Piscitelli (competed as Tino Sabbatelli on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020 and again in 2021.) * Nia Jax, Savelina Fanene (competed as Nia Jax on the WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT brands. Released in 2021.) * Akam (wrestler), Sunny Dhinsa (competed as Akam on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Thomas Maclin (competed as Steve Cutler on WWE SmackDown, SmackDown and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.)


=2015

= * Arturo Ruas, Adrian Jaoude (competed as Arturo Ruas on WWE Raw, Raw and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Ember Moon, Adrienne Palmer (competed as Ember Moon on the WWE Raw, Raw, WWE NXT, NXT 2.0, and WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brands. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Mandy Rose, Amanda Saccomanno (currently competes as Mandy Rose on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Cezar Bononi (competed mostly on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Chelsea Green (competed on the sixth season of WWE Tough Enough and on the WWE NXT, NXT and WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brands. Released from WWE in 2015 and again in 2021.) * Oney Lorcan, Christopher Girard (currently competed as Oney Lorcan on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Daniel Matha (competed as Dorian Mak on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Sonya Deville, Daria Berenato (currently competes as Sonya Deville on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.) * Lars Sullivan, Dylan Miley (competed as Lars Sullivan on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Raquel (wrestler), Gabriela Castrovinci (competed as Gabi Castrovinci on the sixth season of WWE Tough Enough. Released from WWE in late 2015.) * Rezar (wrestler), Gzim Selmani (competed as Rezar on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Josh Bredl, Joshua Bredl (competed as Bronson Matthews on the sixth season of WWE Tough Enough and on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2017.) * Josh Woods (wrestler), Joshua Woods (competed as Preston Cunnigham Jr on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2016.) * The Street Profits, Kenneth Crawford (currently competes as Montez Ford on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Aliyah (wrestler), Nhooph Al-Areepi (currently competes as Aliyah on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.) * Velveteen Dream, Patrick Clark (competed as Velveteen Dream on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Radomir Petkovic (competed as King Konstantine on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2016.) * Sara Lee (wrestler), Sara Weston (competed as Sara Lee on the sixth season of WWE Tough Enough and on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2016.) * Jeet Rama, Satender Dagar (competed as Jeet Rama on WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 house shows. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Thomas Kingdon (competed on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2016.)


=2016

= * Alvin Abitz (trained on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2017.) * Babatunde Aiyegbusi (currently competes as Commander Azeez on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Bianca Belair, Bianca Blair (currently competes as Bianca Belair on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Dakota Kai, Cheree Crowley (currently competes as Dakota Kai on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Vanessa Borne, Danielle Kamela (competed as Vanessa Borne on WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Demitrius Bronson (competed on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2018.) * Gabriel Ealy (competed on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2018.) * Lacey Evans, Macey Estrella-Kadlec (currently competes as Lacey Evans on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Otis (wrestler), Nikola Bogojevic (currently competes as Otis on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Sarah Logan, Sarah Bridges (competed as Sarah Logan on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Tay Conti, Taynara Melo (competed as Taynara Conti on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Theophilus Agbi (competed on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2017.) * Uriel Ealy (competed on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2018.) * Raquel Gonzalez (wrestler), Victoria Gonzalez (currently competes as Raquel Gonzalez on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Yifeng (competed as Rocky on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.)


=2017

= * Eric Bugenhagen (currently competes as Rick Boogs on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.) * Ruby Riott, Dori Prange (competed as Ruby Riott on WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Jessica Elaban (competed as Jessi Kamea on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Zeda Zhang, Julia Ho (competed as Zeda on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2018.) * Kacy Catanzaro (currently competes on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Kavita Devi (wrestler), Kavita Dalal (competed as Kavita Devi on WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Sage Beckett, MaryKate Glidewell (competed as Sage Beckett on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2018.) * Shayna Baszler (currently competes on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.) * Tegan Nox, Steffanie Newell (competed as Tegan Nox on the WWE Raw, Raw, WWE SmackDown, SmackDown, and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Zelina Vega, Thea Trinidad (currently competes as Zelina Vega on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Boa (wrestler), Yanbo Wang (currently competes as Boa on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Xia Li, Zhao Xia (currently competes as Xia Li on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.)


=2018

= * Kayden Carter, Allyssa Lane (currently competes as Kayden Carter on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Daniel Vidot (currently competes as Xyon Quinn on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Deonna Purrazzo (competed mostly on WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Denzel Dejournette (competed as Desmond Troy on WWE Raw, Raw and WWE NXT, NXT. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Taishan Dong, Dong Jianjun (competed as Taishan Dong on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Left WWE in December 2018.) * Jessamyn Duke (competed on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Mansoor (wrestler), Mansoor Al-Shehail (currently competes as Mansoor on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.) * Marina Shafir (competed on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Mohamed Abdelfattah (competed as Mohamed Fahim on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Monique Jenkins (competed as MJ Jenkins on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Rinku Singh (currently competes as Veer on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Ronda Rousey (competed on the WWE Raw, Raw brand. Left WWE in 2019.) * Stacey Ervin Jr (trained on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Left WWE in 2019.) * Hit Row, Tehuti Miles (competed as Ashante "Thee" Adonis on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown and WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brands. Released in 2021.) * Xiaolong Wang (competed as Mars Wang on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.)


=2019

= * Aleksander Jaksic (competed on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Hit Row, Briana Brandy (competed as B-Fab on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown and WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brands. Released from WWE in 2021.) * Cal Bloom (currently competes as Von Wagner on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Catalina Garcia (currently competes as Katrina Cortez on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * EJ Nduka (competed as Ezra Judge on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Omos, Jordan Omogbehin (currently competes as Omos on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Marcos Gomes (trained on the WWE NXT, NXT brand. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Nick Comoroto, Nick Comoroto (competed as Nick Ogarelli on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Odyssey Jones, Omari Palmer (currently competes as Odyssey Jones on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Rita Reis (currently competes as Valentina Feroz on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) *Indi Hartwell, Samantha De Martin (currently competes as Indi Hartwell on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.)


=2020

= * AJ Francis (competed as Top Dolla on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown and WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brands. Released in 2021.) * Anriel Howard (currently competes as Lash Legend on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Emily Andzulis (currently competes as Ivy Nile on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Dilsher Shanky, Gurvinder Malhotra (currently competes as Shanky on the WWE SmackDown, SmackDown brand.) * The Creed Brothers, Jacob Kasper (currently competes as Julius Creed on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Reginald (wrestler), Sidney Bateman (currently competes as Reggie on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Dwayne Johnson#Personal life, Simone Johnson (currently training on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Sukhwinder Singh (competed as Giant Zanjeer on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.) * Jacy Jayne, Taylor Grado (currently competes as Jacy Jayne on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Zechariah Smith (competed on WWE NXT, NXT house shows. Released from WWE in 2020.)


=2021

= * Angela Arnold (currently competes as Zayda Ramier on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Ben Buchanan (currently competes as Brooks Jensen on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Bobby Steveson (currently training on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Brady Booker (currently training on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Bronson Rechsteiner (currently competes as Bron Breakker on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Camron Clay (currently competes as Amari Miller on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * The Creed Brothers, Drew Kasper (currently competes as Brutus Creed on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Gable Steveson (currently competes on the WWE Raw, Raw brand.) * Jessica Woynilko (currently training as Tiffany Stratton on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Joseph Ariola (currently competes as Tony D'Angelo on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Joseph Fatu (currently competes as Solo Sikoa on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Joshua Dawkins (currently competes as Malik Blade on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Legado Del Fantasma, Karissa Rivera (currently competes as Elektra Lopez on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Matrick Belton (currently competes as Trick Williams on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Parker Boudreaux (currently competes as Harland on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Sean Tan (currently competes as Dante Chen on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.) * Stephanie De Lander (currently competes as Persia Pirotta on the WWE NXT, NXT 2.0 brand.)


United Kingdom

The British branch is located at the Great Cambridge Industrial Estate in London Borough of Enfield, Enfield, London and was opened on January 11, 2019. The center is 17,000 square feet and includes 2 rings. The school will be used to train potential future professional wrestlers from across the globe.


Wrestlers trained


=2019

= * Alpha Female, Marie Gabert (competed as Jazzy Gabert on NXT UK (WWE brand), NXT UK. Released from WWE in 2020.)


=2020

= * Candy Floss (wrestler), Amy Samardzija (currently competes as Candy Floss on the NXT UK (WWE brand), NXT UK brand.)


2015 shooting incident

In August 2015, Orange County Sheriff's Office (Florida), Orange County Sheriff's Office deputies shot 29-year-old Armando Montalvo outside the Performance Center after he threatened them and charged at them. Montalvo was "obsessed" with female wrestler AJ Lee and made numerous attempts to trespass through the facility, despite an injunction against him by WWE. Days after the shooting, Montalvo claimed he was Bipolar disorder, bipolar when he was questioned by detectives. He faced trial in February 2016 on charges of aggravated assault, resisting an officer with violence, and trespassing. A public defender representing Montalvo has entered a written plea of not guilty on his behalf. On April 19, 2018, WWE filed an emergency restraining order against Montalvo after he returned to the Performance Center the previous month and harassed the employees. In addition, Montalvo posted a threatening message to WWE wrestlers and staff on his Instagram account. On May 7, 2018, Montalvo was arrested for missing his court date with WWE.


See also

* Full Sail University * WCW Power Plant * ''WWE Tough Enough''


References


External links

* {{WWE WWE, Performance center WWE NXT, Performance center Professional wrestling schools Schools in Orlando, Florida Professional wrestling in Orlando, Florida Education in the London Borough of Enfield Professional wrestling in England WWE in the United Kingdom, Performance center 2013 establishments in Florida 2019 establishments in England