Cost Of WWE’s New Performance Center, Latest Updated Details From Today’s Opening, More



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- The Orlando Sentinel reports that the new Performance Center cost WWE $2.3 million. Nearly 100 new workers have been or will be hired.

- Names at the WWE Performance Center today include Triple H, Antonio Cesaro, Mark Henry, The Bella Twins, Michael Cole, Big Show, Tensai, Brodus Clay, Cameron, Naomi, Natalya, The Shield, Drew McIntyre, Curtis Axel, Rosa Mendes, Bill DeMott, Jim Ross, Michael Hayes and Larry Zbyszko. WWE’s developmental talents have been in the rings working with Steve Keirn, Sara Del Rey, Billy Gunn, Terry Taylor, Joey Mercury and Norman Smiley.

Photos From The New WWE Performance Center Opening; Triple H, Divas & More

- ECW Founder Tod Gordon and The Blue Meanie attended Mick Foley’s comedy show in Philadelphia Wednesday night.

(Partial source: PWInsider)



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