As it was noted during the WWE Backlash recap, WWE did a wacky cinematic match before the main event.
The Street Profits and The Viking Raiders fought in the parking lot area of the WWE Performance Center. Akira Tozawa showed up in the segment and a giant ninja got involved with a sword in his hand.
The ninja is WWE Performance Center trainee Jordan Omogbehin. He signed a developmental deal with the company in October 2018.
Omogbehin is 26 years old and 7 foot 3 and a former college basketball player at the University of South Florida and Morgan State University. He has yet to appear on NXT TV but has wrestled on a handful of NXT live events in the Florida area.
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) June 15, 2020
There is hope that he can become a big star one day and, as you can see below, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash took some time to give him some tips when they visited the Performance Center last November.
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Spent the past week at the WWE Performance center and things are looking up. Big Jordan@jordanomogbehin got The Outsiders crash course. He's incredibly agile and athletic and has me to block any thoughts of Oz 2. Amazing talent at NXT have really enjoyed every aspect of the week. Big fan of the guy running it think they call him Triple H. Reminds me of a Kliq WCW favorite Terra Ryzing