WWE News: Edge opens up on the WWE Performance Center
What’s the story?
WWE Hall of Famer, Edge recently visited the WWE Performance Center.
After what was Edge’s first visit to the WWE PC, the Rated-R Superstar chimed in with words of high praise for the WWE training facility.
In case you didn’t know…
The WWE Performance Center (PC) was founded in July of 2013.
The world-renowned training facility has received highly positive reviews for the state-of-the-art training equipment and professional wrestling-specific infrastructure that sets it apart from other training institutes.
The heart of the matter
One ought to note that in the years following the establishment of the WWE Performance Center, the promotion has often sent several top Superstars as well as rookies down to the WWE PC—either to help them hone their mic and/or in-ring skills or to aid them in rehabilitating injuries.
Multiple-time former World Champion and WWE Hall of Famer Adam Copeland aka Edge visited the WWE PC, and took to his official Twitter account so as to address the same. A tweet sent out by Edge, regarding the same, read as follows—
“Had a great day with my first visit to @WWENXT The future is in good hands.”
Edge retired from professional wrestling competition owing to injury issues, however, till date continues to closely follow the sport.
Meanwhile, the WWE continues to groom future stars at the WWE Performance Center.
Honestly speaking, the WWE Performance Center is indeed setting the bar when it comes to optimum athletic performance in the world of sports & entertainment.
Be it, the world-class strength & conditioning routines or the attention to details when it comes to in-ring wrestling maneuvers, the WWE Performance Center continues to ensure that WWE Superstars are accorded the best means available so as to help them constantly evolve as sports-entertainers.
Fans can check out an example of the intensity of the WWE PC, in the video below—