WWE COO Triple H and Florida Gov. Rick Scott announce opening of WWE Performance Center in Orlando

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April 18, 2013

ORLANDO, Fla. — Standing alongside Florida Gov. Rick Scott and a host of NXT Superstars, WWE COO Triple H announced the establishment of a state-of-the-art WWE Performance Center on Thursday. The 26,000-square-foot facility, scheduled to open in Orlando this summer, will provide a new home for WWE’s developmental system, NXT, and further increases the company’s presence in the Sunshine State, while also creating more than 100 high-wage jobs.

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The top-line facility will house seven wrestling rings, a world-class gym, and high-tech production and edit suites that will help evolve WWE’s partnership with Full Sail University, whose students exclusively edit and produce weekly, internationally-broadcast installments of WWE NXT at the university’s Full Sail Live facility. The center will also offer a best-in-class sports medicine program that effectively turns the performance center into a home base of sorts for both active and developmental WWE talent to receive care.


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