Joe Spivak was a member of the inaugural class of WWE’s Next In Line collegiate recruiting program. The Northwestern Wildcats defensive lineman is six feet tall, weighing in at 300 pounds. He also considers himself a big fan of professional wrestling.

Spivak recently talked to Sports Illustrated about signing his WWE NIL deal. He says he didn’t hesitate to take WWE up on their offer. He’s been a fan since he was a kid.

“I got on board fast. I can remember pretending to be John Cena and the Boogeyman in our backyards.” 

Spivak said he’s been thinking about a career in WWE. He believes he could be a perfect fit for the company. He says he’s got everything they’re looking for.


“I started thinking, ‘this could really be perfect. I just love training and athletics and completion so much and my other love is having a mic.”

Joe Spivak is excited for the opportunity to try and earn a spot in WWE. He says he looks forward to networking with people inside the wrestling industry. He’s hoping to learn as much as he can and turn some heads when he arrives at the WWE Performance Center to train.

Do you think Joe Spivak will have what it takes to make it in WWE? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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