WWE ushers in the opening of the state-of-the-art UK Performance Center

WWE ushers in the opening of the state-of-the-art UK Performance Center

WWE announced the opening of the groundbreaking UK Performance Center, its first world-class training facility outside of the United States and a significant step in WWE’s efforts to localize its content around the world, at a press conference today in London.

With 17,000 square feet, two training rings, world-class strength and conditioning equipment, and versatile content creation infrastructure, the UK Performance Center will enable WWE to train athletes utilizing a comprehensive program, including in-ring training, physical preparedness and character development.

Triple H introduces the new UK Performance Center

The Game explains how the brand-new UK Performance Center in England will help WWE in its mission to develop the best athletes and performers around the world.

The facility is the first of what will be many Performance Centers outside of the United States, WWE EVP of Talent, Live Events & Creative Paul “Triple H” Levesque said.

“It’s about going the world over and finding the greatest athletes and the greatest performers in any market we can,” he said. “It’s an incredible undertaking, looking for the greatest athletes from around the world, bringing them to places like this that will be set up around the world to train that next generation of Superstars.”

Superstars Charlotte Flair, Finn Bálor and WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne all spoke of the overall importance of the facility and the resources it will offer to athletes who train there.

“Embrace every opportunity with everything you have, because I promise you there is everything in this facility to become a WWE Superstar,” Flair imparted to the NXT UK roster members in attendance.

Charlotte Flair shares the benefits of training in the UK Performance Center

A graduate of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Fla., The Queen talks about the benefits of training in a state-of-the-art facility like the new UK Performance Center in England.

“This Performance Center creates a clear path in the United Kingdom to becoming a WWE Superstar,” Bálor advised.

“To the young hopefuls that are going to be knocking on the door … take full advantage of this incredible facility and I’m sure I’ll be seeing you guys in a WWE ring very soon.”

Finn Bálor on how the UK Performance Center creates a clear path to WWE Superstardom

As a Superstar who began his career in the United Kingdom, Finn Bálor is very proud to help introduce the new UK Performance Center and to impart words of advice to the young hopefuls looking to train there.

For Dunne, who is set to defend the WWE United Kingdom Title against Joe Coffey Saturday at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool, the opening of the Performance Center represents a huge milestone for the entire brand.

“Every time we step in this ring, we are proud to represent this brand,” the BruiserWeight said. “With this amazing facility, we have a chance to train together and develop together, and that only increases the feeling of being part of a winning team.”

Pete Dunne sees the UK Performance Center as creating a winning team

The BruiserWeight expresses how proud he and his fellow performers are to be part of NXT UK, and explains how the opening of the NXT UK Performance Center will only enhance that pride across the brand.

More than 30 of the best European talent signed to the NXT UK brand will train at the UK Performance Center and can be seen weekly on the NXT UK program that streams every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET/8 p.m. GMT on the award-winning WWE Network.

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