WWE NXT has announced the spring 2023 Performance Center rookie class with nine new signings.
The new recruits for the WWE PC has been introduced to the crowd at NXT this week. A video was released onto WWE’s YouTube channel with the spring 2023 rookie class.
The following names were announced for this year’s class:
Ezekiel Balogun (Multi-sport athlete, A Sun Conference Champion in Basketball player from the University of North Florida)
Vlad Pavelnko (Three-time All American with a Masters in Engineering at Iowa State. Hammer throw finalist at 2021 US Olympic trials)
Hunter Smallback (Division one defense end from Stetson University)
Coy Wanner(Division one tight end from Wisconsin University)
Andrezej Hughes-Murray (State champion wrestler, three-time team captain as a linebacker for Oregon State. Signed with Los Angeles Rams)
Kevin Robertson (Division one defensive lineman from Temple University)
Melanie Brzezinski (Singer, actress, boxer, bodybuilder, cross-fit athlete with a black belt in karate. From the University of Tampa)
Tylynn Register (Professional rodeo champion and division track and field athlete. From Jacksonville State)
Alexis Gray (Sprinter who represented the Bahamas National Team. From Texas Southern University)
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