WWE is always making plans for the future, and that includes figuring out inventive new pro wrestling names for the Superstars of tomorrow. Now we know which names Vince McMahon’s company has come up with for some of their newest talent.

According to PW Insider, WWE has landed on names for a few talent in the Performance Center. Those names were part of a mass copy righting spree that they went on recently, and it appears that those names have a home already.

Earlier this week, PWInsider.com reported on some new ring names that were trademarked by WWE. After investigating further, the following information has been confirmed:

Kiyah Saint has been assigned to Harleigh White, a talent who was signed back in October 2022. Harleigh White is a graduate of Clemson University’s School of Nursing and also participated in track events for the university.


Tyson Dupont has been assigned to Rickssen Opont, a Haitian talent who majored in sports business in college. He served as the captain of the Thomas Aquinas College Men’s Track & Field Team, competing in Shot Put, Discus, Weight, and Hammer. Rickssen Opont joined WWE in August 2022.

Tyriek Igwe was assigned to Chukwusom Enemwechi, a standout athlete from Eastern University of Michigan, where he specialized in throwing events in track and field. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science in August 2022 and secured a WWE contract after a successful NIL tryout camp in August 2022.

These individuals now have their respective ring names and are set to embark on their wrestling careers under the WWE banner. Only time will tell how big they can make those names in time.

Keep checking back with Ringside News as we continue monitoring this situation, and everything else going on in the pro wrestling world right now. Obviously, the company has high expectations for their developmental talent, or they wouldn’t have inked deals with them in the first place.

You never know what WWE has in store for their future, but we love guessing. Chime in by using the comments below to let us know what you think is in store for fans!

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