WWE saw a record-breaking crowd in the AT&T Stadium as WrestleMania 38 managed to captivate millions of fans. However, the company was working on its future as it organized multi-day tryouts in North Texas in order to scout out new talent.
The company was apparently successful, as they reportedly brought a dozen of new talent on board through the Frisco tryouts. This was WWE’s first multi-day tryout specifically for college athletes as WrestleMania week played itself out. A similar result was there in their Las Vegas tryouts, as they brought in a dozen of talent as well.
WWE signed the talents over the course of months since the tryouts. The signed talent has joined the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, according to the Dallas Morning News. The new talent looks incredibly promising. Some noticeable names include Baylor’s 2020 national champion in acrobatics and tumbling, Lexie Amrhein, former Texas Tech defensive end Houston Miller and most famously, ex-Bellator fighter Valerie Loureda.
The company is reportedly bringing a lot more talent on board and apparently brought in “more than 20″ new talents. As the Frisco tryouts were a huge hit, WWE is seeking to rinse and repeat the process once again.
WWE is organizing their second multi-day tryouts in Nashville on Wednesday during SummerSlam week. The tryouts are specifically for those athletes who are either currently in college or have recently graduated. Big E and Bianca Belair, along with Triple H, are reportedly taking responsibility for shaping fairer evaluation process ahead of the SummerSlam PPV on Saturday.
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