The BBC was one of many mainstream media outlets that was on hand to cover the launch of the first international WWE Performance Center on Friday.
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Following the announcement, which featured Paul “Triple H” Levesque, Shawn Michaels, Pete Dunne, Finn Balor, Charlotte Flair and several others, the WWE Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events & Creative, spoke with the popular UK-based media outlet.
“The Game” told the BBC that he is “incredibly proud to open the WWE U.K. Performance Centre,” where more than 30 wrestlers from across Britain and Europe will train in hopes of becoming one of the future Superstars of WWE.
Featured below is a post that WWE re-tweeted featuring the BBC’s coverage of the launch of the WWE U.K. Performance Center, as well as the video interview from yesterday’s launch, which includes the aforementioned one-on-one interview with Triple H.
WWE opened the brand new, state-of-the-art U.K. Performance Center ahead of their first-ever live “TakeOver” special for the NXT U.K. brand. NXT U.K. TakeOver: Blackpool goes down this afternoon, starting at 2pm EST. / 11am PST., from the Empress Ballroom in Blackpool, England, and airing live via the WWE Network.
Make sure to join us here at Rajah.com starting 2pm EST. / 11am PST. for live play-by-play results coverage of NXT U.K. TakeOver: Blackpool.
WWE training wrestling stars of the future in London https://t.co/KtOuDeW82i pic.twitter.com/AFwjt9VRGh
— BBC London News (@BBCLondonNews) January 12, 2019
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