WWE ‘Campus Rush’ Recruitment Tour Announces New University Dates

WWE ‘Campus Rush’ Recruitment Tour Announces New University Dates WWE

There have been more stops added to an upcoming WWE tour called, ‘Campus Rush’ in which they look to tout their Next in Line program.

With already seeing success in breathing new life into the sports careers of collegiate athletes on the verge of aging out of continued eligibility, WWE is on the hunt for the next Omos or Tiffany Stratton.

From WWE.com –


STAMFORD, Conn., September 14, 2023 – WWE, part of TKO Group Holdings (NYSE: TKO), today announced “WWE Campus Rush,” a multi-campus college athlete recruitment tour, will visit seven top NCAA Division I universities this fall in search of the next generation of WWE Superstars.

WWE Superstars such as Big E, Bianca Belair, Omos, Riddick Moss and Raquel Rodriguez, all of whom have transitioned from college athletics to a career in WWE, have visited 11 of the nation’s top schools since the program’s inception last October, including powerhouse athletic programs such as Ohio State, Duke, Oklahoma and Penn State. WWE Superstars address student athletes at each tour stop and educate them about the global leader in sports entertainment. In conjunction with each university, student athletes will learn about WWE’s “Next In Line” (NIL) program and the path to becoming the next WWE Superstar.

Last week, “WWE Campus Rush” visited the University of Texas and will visit six additional universities from five conferences during the fall semester, including:

University of Wisconsin – Wednesday, September 27
University of Pittsburgh – Monday, October 2
University of Washington – Wednesday, October 4
University of Maryland – Tuesday, October 17
University of Missouri – Monday, October 23
Texas Christian University – Tuesday, November 14
Sports Business Journal’s Intercollegiate Athletic Forum – Wednesday, December 6
*Schedule subject to change

The fall tour will conclude in Las Vegas at Sports Business Journal’s Intercollegiate Athletic Forum, the most preeminent conference on the business of college sports, on Wednesday, December 6.

Learn more about WWE’s “Next In Line” program and the path to WWE at wwerecruit.com.

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