More on WWE’s new performance center in Orlando

Apr 18, 2013 - by Steve Gerweck

Today WWE announced the launch of the Performance Center which will open
this summer in Orlando, Florida, and which will serve as the new home of
NXT. The 26,000 square feet building will house seven training rings, a
world-class strength and conditioning program, and cutting-edge edit and
production facilities to house the WWE’s developmental talent. Nearly 100
high-wage jobs will be created in the Orlando area with the launch of the
Performance Center. Orange County Commissioner Peter Clarke, Mayor of
Orange County Teresa Jacobs, Florida Governor Rick Scott, Full Sail
University President Garry Jones and Triple H, who serves as the EVP of
Talent and Live Events, all attended the press conference of the launch.
“WWE could have chosen anywhere in the world to house this new global
performance center ­ and they chose the Sunshine State,” the Governor
said. “Today’s announcement that WWE will create nearly 100 more jobs for
families in Central Florida is further proof that everything we do is
geared towards job creation and it¹s working.” Triple H said that the
partnership with Full Sail University and the newly created WWE
Performance Center are critical to the future of the company. “Orlando is
now the home to the next generation of WWE Superstars,” Triple H said.

(thanks to Colin Vassallo)

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