WWE announced on Tuesday that a new class of nine recruits has signed with the company and will start training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
Those included in the new class are Alvin Abitz, an Army veteran with a rugby and kickboxing background, Theophilus Agbi, a collegiate wrestler named to the NCWA All-American team, Sarah Bridges aka Crazy Mary Dobson, Demitrius Bronson, a former running back for the Seattle Seahawks and Miami Dolphins. Tom Budgen aka Tommy End, Victoria Gonzalez, the daughter of Rudy Boy Gonzalez, Chris Lindsey aka Roderick Strong, Damian Mackle aka Big Damo, and Taynara Melo de Carvalho, a Brazilian female competitor with a black belt in Judo.
“WWE is constantly scouting the world for the most talented athletes and entertainers,” Triple H told WWE.com. He added, “This new class will have every opportunity to fulfill their dreams of becoming a WWE Superstar, as they train out of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando.”
Roderick Strong made his WWE debut on last week’s NXT TV.