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WWE open their new Performance Center

WWE have opened the doors to their brand-new state-of-the-art Performance Center.

 

WWEPerformanceCenterThe building was officially opened in a press conference hosted by Talent and Live Events EVP Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque. First announced on April 18, the 26,000 square foot location in Orlando, Florida will boast various training rings, a world-class strength and conditioning program, and cutting-edge editing and production facilities, and will allow the company to properly develop and train their talent in all aspects of what is required, from in-ring ability, to physical preparedness, and character development.

Levesque was understandably delighted of the Center;

 

“The WWE Performance Center represents the guaranteed future success of our company, providing the next generation of WWE Superstars with a world-class facility to call their own. The venue offers our developmental talent a full training experience with real time feedback from WWE coaches, trainers and doctors, giving them the resources they need to develop their talent both athletically and creatively.”

 

The key highlights of the new Performance Center are;

 

In-Ring Training Room

  • 2,000 square-foot world-class training room with seven training rings
  • Including one “show ring” with theatrical lighting and broadcast capability to provide developmental talent with a full training experience
  • Connectivity between the Performance Center and WWE’s headquarters in Stamford, Conn., via closed circuit cameras will allow for real time feedback from WWE executives

 

Sports Medicine/Rehabilitation

  • Best-in-class sports medicine facility with on-site medical care creating a central location for all WWE talent to receive the best care both in and out of the ring
  • Dr. Michael Sampson, Medical Director, holds regular office hours
  • Access to a full-time athletic trainer and full-time physical therapist whenever talent are training as well as a network of local specialists

 

Strength and Conditioning

  • 5,500 square-foot state-of-the-art strength and conditioning room that will allow for daily training sessions for all developmental trainees
  • Featuring cutting edge strength and conditioning equipment, cardio machines, medical rehab equipment and floor space for stretching and plyometric movement
  • World-renowned strength coach Joe DeFranco will serve as a consultant

 

Promo Room

  • A small, private studio that allows talent to practice on-camera techniques and work individually on character development and performance skills
  • Capable of being operated by the talent themselves, this one-of-a-kind studio functions without technical personnel and is controlled using a simple iPad interface

 

Edit and Production Suites

  • Cutting-edge edit and production facilities dedicated to creating improved TV performances for in-ring talent
  • Flash (Pre-tape) Studio – a full-function, green-screen capable studio designed to allow talent to practice their TV presentation skills or to create content for NXT or WWE programming. The room features a Sony ENG style camera, studio lighting and high-resolution recording using AJA Digital recording hardware operated by production staff
  • VO Booth – a practice room designed for announcers-in-training to work with WWE seasoned professionals to hone their live action announcing and play-by-play skills. The room allows for up to three announcers to work directly with an audio engineer to provide quick and easy record and playback functionality

 

 

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