WWE announced that the following people will be getting tryouts at the Performance Center: 

*Pierre Bouquiaux, a 6-foot-8, 265-pounder from Belgium with experience as an IFBB bodybuilder and boxing instructor. 

*Will Brooks, a former Bellator MMA lightweight champion with UFC experience, who currently competes in the Professional Fighters League. 

*Jessie Bush, a referee with seven years of in-ring experience from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

*Zack Carpinello, a.ka. Zack Clayton, a 6-foot-3, 245-pound wrestler from New Jersey, who’s appeared on MTV’s Jersey Shore as “24.” 

*Anthony Catena of Florida, who trained at the New England Pro Wrestling Academy and has competed for independent promotions like Chaotic Wrestling and Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling. 

*6-foot-5, 295-pound Nigel Cawthon, a four-year starter as a defensive lineman for Hampton University with experience as a decorated high school wrestler in his home state of Virginia. 

*Michael Crandle, a former defensive end for Robert Morris University. The Pittsburgh native competes on the independent scene as Duke Davis. 

*Michael Evans, a 26-year-old athlete from Massachusetts who stands 6-foot-5 and weighs 247 pounds. He competed on season 1 of NBC’s “Titan Games.” 

*Steven Felger, a referee from Florida who works for the World Wrestling Network family of promotions. 

*Stevan and Tome Filiposki, a tag team of brothers from Australia who trained at the PCW Academy and have competed around the world as “The Natural Classics.” 

*24-year-old Stephen Gerard of Illinois, who wrestles under the name Stephen Wolf for promotions like EVOLVE Wrestling. 

*Clifford Fortune, a 270-pound powerlifter who played Division I football at Norfolk State University. 

*Khambrell Gomez, a former football player for Adams State University who also holds the shot put and discus records for the country of Belize

*Miles Grooms, a 6-foot-3, 250-pound former college football player at Hampton University with Canadian Football League experience. 

*Nicholas Harmon, a.k.a. “The Dark Horse” Nick Cutler, an 11-year veteran of the squared circle. 

*Anthony Henry, a wrestler with 13 years of experience. Henry competed against NXT Superstar Arturo Ruas on WWE Network during EVOLVE Wrestling’s 10th AnniversaryCelebration this past summer. 

*Christopher Heyward III, a 6-foot-2, 354-pound wrestler who competes under the name Calvin Tankman. 

*30-year-old Gary Jones of Pennsylvania, who has semi-pro football experience and wrestles as Ganon Jones Jr., on the independent circuit. 

*Lauren David Jones of Flint, Michigan, who trained at the House of Truth and competes as Palmer Cruise. He once faced The Brian Kendrick on WWE 205 Live. 

*Matthew Knotts, a 300-pound Florida native who trained for the squared circle with WWE Hall of Famers The Dudley Boyz and Billy Gunn. 

*Ariel Levy, a pro wrestler with three years of experience on the independent scene in his home country of Chile. 

*Brandon and Brent Tate are identical twins with 10 years of experience on the independent scene as a tag team, most notably in Ring of Honor, where they were known as “The Boys.” 

*Khashayar Mirzaei, a.k.a. King Khash, a five-year veteran of the ring with overseas experience in Japan’s Pro Wrestling Zero1. 

*Pingi Moli, a 6-foot-4, 280-pound Utah native who played college football at UNLV and has spent four years as a Hollywood stuntman. 

*Olumide Ogunnaike, a 250-pound bodybuilder and powerlifter from Cleveland

*Roman Rozell, a 35-year-old retired Green Beret who walked onto the wrestling team at Arizona State University. 

*Isaiah Williams, a New Jersey native who was a three-year starter as a wide receiver for the University of Maryland. He also has experience with six NFL teams. 

*Victoria Andreola, a graduate of the Create a Pro wrestling school in New Jersey. 

*Jennifer Michell Cantu Iglesias, a 23-year-old champion powerlifter from Mexico. 

*Chanice Chase, a seven-time All-American athlete at LSU, where she holds the second fastest time in school history in the 400-meter hurdles. She also represented Canada in the 2016 Olympics in Rio. 

*21-year-old Lauren Dodds of London, a competitive bodybuilder with experience in powerlifting. 

*Christine Hartmann, an Orlando native who was a three-year starter in volleyball at the University of Kentucky. 

*Anriel Howard, a 22-year-old Mississippi native who played basketball and ran track for Texas A&M and Mississippi, and was chosen in this year’s WNBA Draft. 

*Irena Janjic, a former trainee of Lance Storm who has been wrestling in Japan for the past seven years, competing for promotions like Sendai Girls and STARDOM. 

*Rebeca Janjigian, an independent wrestler from Texas who competes under the name Christi Jaynes throughout the United States and Mexico. 

*Kara Lazauskas, an amateur MMA fighter who has also competed on NBC’s “Titan Games.” 

*Alexandra Mozeleski, a 25-year-old bodybuilder who has traveled the United States to hone her craft in the squared circle. She competes under the name Alyx $ky. 

*Lainey Nations, an MMA fighter with experience in BrazilianJiu-Jitsu and catch wrestling. 

*Rachael O’Leary, a black belt in taekwondo with experience in kickboxing and Muay Thai. 

*Ebony Payne, a Georgia native who is currently a firefighter. 

*Jessica Roden, a 27-year-old athlete from California who started training for the ring earlier this year. 

*Jessica Roden is an athlete from California who started training for the ring this year. 

*Arissa LeBrock, the daughter of actors Kelly LeBrock and Steven Seagal, a professional model from California with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training. 

*Elaine Simon, an Orlando native with seven years of experience in the squared circle. 

*Aja Smith, a 25-year-old who has been competing on the indies for six years under the name Aja Perera.

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