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"The wrestling world will change forever" - New WWE recruits comment on joining the Performance Center

WWE officially announced the newest Performance Center class today, now some of the recruits are commenting on it.
WWE officially announced the newest Performance Center class today, now some of the recruits are commenting on it.
Matt Black
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Modified 25 Feb 2021
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Yesterday a list of recruits was reported as part of the latest WWE Performance Center class. Today WWE officially confirmed the news, and some of the recruits have taken to social media to express their excitement.

Parker Boudreaux has recently received a lot of attention on social media for drawing comparisons to Brock Lesnar. He even interacted with Paul Heyman, promoting him as the new "next big thing."

The following is an excerpt from WWE.com describing Boudreaux:

Parker Boudreaux of Winter Garden, Fla., stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 300 pounds. The big man was an offensive lineman for the University of Central Florida and has caught the eye of Paul Heyman on social media.

Boudreaux absolutely believes his own hype, tweeting out the following this afternoon:

"It's official @WWE The wrestling world will change forever. #BigBoxOfficeBoudreaux #DestroyerofGods"

Former IMPACT Knockouts Champion Taya Valkyrie is excited to join WWE

Former IMPACT Wrestling Knockouts Champion, and the wife of WWE RAW Superstar John Morrison, Taya Valkyrie, had a much more grounded approach.

"*Crying Emoji* It's official. La WERA LOCA has arrived to @WWENXT!!! This is a dream come true for me....now the work begins *praying emoji* @WWE"
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The following is an excerpt from WWE.com describing Valkyrie:

Kira Magnin-Forster, known to wrestling fans as Taya Valkyrie, is an 11-year veteran of the squared circle. A classically trained ballerina, Forster learned wrestling under Lance Storm before breaking out in Mexico for the AAA promotion. She has competed around the world since.

Other recruits in Cora Jade, Camron Branae, and Anthony Henry also took to Twitter this afternoon to share their excitement. This is easily one of the biggest classes WWE has had in quite some time.

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Are you excited about the new class of WWE Performance Center recruits? Who do you think has the most potential to succeed? Let us know by sounding off in the comments section below.

Published 25 Feb 2021, 02:49 IST
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