The WWE Performance Center has been a centralized home for WWE Superstars and NXT recruits to hone their craft in an up-to-date facility specifically designed for a pro wrestling environment. Coaches include some of the best minds in pro wrestling and thousands of hours go into making sure each NXT Superstar gets the proper attention they deserve. It really is a wonderful addition to the WWE machine.
But Bobby Roode recently said during an interview that he heard WWE was building a new Performance Center. The current WWE PC isn’t very old and to build a new one might seem a bit premature but the fact is it is a very crowded building.
At this point, they are very near capacity at the PC and even though the main roster can take a handful of call-ups every year it doesn’t seem to be enough to empty out the Performance Center as each new class includes even more athletes with amazing potential or previous accomplishments.
It’s an exciting time to be a pro wrestling fan while the WWE PC is in operation but it doesn’t seem like WWE is looking to build another facility just yet. Triple H revealed during the TakeOver conference call that WWE isn’t looking to build a new Performance Center at this point even though the idea doesn’t seem totally absurd.
Triple H said Bobby Roode’s statements about a new WWE Performance Center are “Glorious” but not accurate. However, they are always looking to expand the operation because the PC is such an important aspect of WWE at this point.
So although it might be something Triple H is thinking about he said the process has not been started just yet on the next phase of WWE’s Performance Center whatever that might be.