Reported Members Of The Next WWE Performance Center ClassFebruary 23, 2021
Right now we know of 10 signees.
Every few months WWE announces a new class of signees to the company and Triple H teased a big class coming soon. With that, we got names of people who will be included in the class per PWInsider.
Angela Arnold: Booker T student best known in Texas circles as AQA.
Christian Brigham: aka Christian Casanova.
Parker Boudreaux: 4-star offensive lineman College football star for the UCF Knights, standing 6’4″ and 295 pounds, 22 years old. His look is very similar to Brock Lesnar, getting him a lot of attention.
Gigi Dolin: 23, formerly known as Priscilla Kelly, who has shown a ton of great charisma over the past several years working for EVOLVE and other promotions. Her new ring name appears to be a reference to punk rock star GG Allin:
Anthony Henry: Former EVOLVE Tag Team Champion and FIP Champion, 36, has been one of the central performers from the North Carolina scene in recent years, where he’s been one of the most important talents for PremiereWrestling Xperience out of the Carolinas, holding all of their major championships over the years.
Christian Hubble: aka Blake Christian, who has performed for New Japan, Impact Wrestling and GCW in recent years.
Cora Jade: Formerly known as Elayna Black, a Chicago-based talent who has appeared on AEW Dark and was a regular for Warrior Wrestling. She has been competing since 2018 and received a WWE Performance Center tryout in November 2020:
Bronson Rechsteiner: The son of former WWF and WCW star Rick Steiner. 23 years old. Played for the Kennesaw State Owls as a running back and fullback along with competing on the wrestling team.
Karissa Rivera: 29, New Jersey and trained initially by Damian Adams, she appeared in a WWE vignette as Bobby Lashley’s ex-wife and has competed for ROH, NXT and Outlaw Wrestling in Brooklyn, NY as well as lots of Northeast independent promotions.
Zoey Stark: formerly known as Lacey Ryan, a West Coast-based talent who has been a regular for Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and has appeared for Impact Wrestling in the past. She has been getting more and more attention over the last two years, building momentum. Originally trained by Allison Danger and Cheerleader Melissa, Ryan also received a WWE PC tryout this past November.
Triple H stated on the last NXT media call that this next PC class could see the most women in a single class than any class previously.