WWE is looking to open up more Performance Centers internationally, with a planned announcement reportedly on the way.
During the Q1 2022 earnings call, it was noted that WWE is looking at expanding and improving its Performance Center system.
Referencing the call in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer noted that this point was also brought up in Thursday’s shareholder meeting, prior to Stephanie McMahon announcing her leave of absence.
Noting that we should expect an announcement in the near future, Meltzer wrote:
And this which is a bit of an update on what was said in the earnings call – Paul Levesque was at the company shareholder meeting on 5/19, just hours before Stephanie made her announcement. He said that they were looking at expanding and opening new Performance Centers both domestically and internationally and to expect an announcement soon
WWE currently has its main Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, and a secondary center based in the UK, where NXT UK stars train.
More details have emerged on Stephanie McMahon’s leave of absence, which you can check out right here.
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