As first reported by Sports Illustrated, WWE is set to hold tryouts in Las Vegas the week of the SummerSlam pay-per-view event on August 21.
SummerSlam will take place on Saturday, Aug. 21 at Allegiant Stadium, with the WWE tryouts scheduled take place earlier that week. Those selected from the tryouts will have the opportunity to train at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
Triple H confirmed the news in a statement to Sports Illustrated, highlighting the importance of the upcoming tryouts in finding “world-class athletes” who may just turn into one of WWE’s top superstars:
“Talent is the lifeblood of our industry. These tryouts, coupled with SummerSlam, one of our premier events, will help us discover world-class athletes that will serve as the next wave of WWE superstars.”
WWE today announced that it will search for the next generation of Superstars and host a multi-day talent tryout in Las Vegas as part of SummerSlam Week.
The tryouts will give elite male and female athletes and performers the opportunity to showcase their abilities with the goal of being selected to begin training at the state-of-the-art WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Fla.
“Talent is the lifeblood of our industry, and these tryouts coupled with SummerSlam, one of our premier events, will help us discover world-class athletes that will serve as the next wave of Superstars,” said Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Global Talent Strategy & Development.
To register for an opportunity to be part of the talent tryouts, click here. The site includes step-by-step instructions on how to register, an overview of the many resources available to WWE Performance Center recruits, photos of the entire Performance Center roster, biographies of the industry-leading coaching staff, testimonials from Raw and SmackDown Superstars and videos from past tryouts.
SummerSlam takes place Saturday, Aug. 21, from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, marking the first time the annual event has been held at an NFL stadium. SummerSlam will be one of the first sporting events held at full capacity at Allegiant Stadium with tickets on sale this Friday, June 18. The event will stream live exclusively on Peacock in the United States and on WWE Network everywhere else.
Additional information on the talent tryouts, including the location, will be announced in the near future on WWE.com.
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