The WWE United Kingdom Champion puts in work at the WWE Performance Center weight room, all in the hope of finding his way onto the TakeOver: New Orleans lineup. Video courtesy of NXT Facebook Live's Tapout Workout of the Week.03/16/2018 - 17:30
The BruiserWeight makes clear that he doesn't consider Roderick Strong a serious threat after a tense standoff in the locker room.01/31/2018 - 18:30
WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne is ready to take on all challengers in 2018 after winning the NXT Match of the Year Award for his battle with Tyler Bate.01/27/2018 - 20:00
Pete Dunne: Bio
With 11 years and 14 countries under his belt, “The Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne has seen and done it all. He has survived Japanese dojos and the training regiments of Coventry, U.K., and lived and breathed wrestling to the point where he believes everything he does constitutes a portion of his training. One thing he hasn’t done is gotten a job or started a family like all his friends did, and he’s not all that thrilled about it.
While Dunne began as a “full of hope” high-flyer, he transformed into a vengeful brawler who will accept nothing less than complete success as a result of seeing opportunities pass him by.
With a penchant for inflicting pain — not to mention, a habit of attacking anybody who stands between him and whatever prize is in his crosshairs — Dunne lives in such a perpetual state of intensity that people cross the street to avoid him. Across the ring, his opponents have no such option.