WWE launched quite a few programs over the years, and Next in Line is arguably their best one yet. The NIL program recruits top athletes who aspire to become the next big WWE Superstars and so far, some very solid talent have been signed. Now it seems the company is stepping up their college recruitment game.

Back in June of this year, WWE announced the second class of recruits from the NIL program. According to a report by Scott Felstead of Muscle & Fitness, WWE is partnering with Exos, a leader in the field of “honing human performance.

Due to this partnership, recruits will be given a lot of resources in order to reach their potential as athletes. NIL recruits will be able to learn and train at Exos facilities, which are located around the United States.

While speaking to Muscle & Fitness, James Kimball, WWE Head of Talent Operations and Strategy, commented on the partnership and explained how Exos will benefit the program.


“An industry leader in sports performance, Exos will help enhance our NIL athletes’ experience as they transition from college athletics to WWE. ”

WWE also recently offered Melanie Brzezenski a deal following the tryouts at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. We will have to wait and see whether more recruits will be signed or not.

What’s your take on this new partnership? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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