Triple H Talks Performance Center, Possible Career Change For Tensai

Josh Isenberg

Triple H Discusses Performance Center

performance centerForwardFlorida.com has a new article online talking about the WWE Performance Center. Paul Levesque, also known as Triple H, was asked for comments on the new project.

“We have a beautiful place,” Levesque says. “[We have] teams of people helping them figure out not only how to perform in the ring, but how to manipulate the crowd and how to have the character … all of the things that it take to succeed in this business."

Josh Mora, Full Sail's sports marketing and media program direction had nothing but positive things to say about the WWE:

“The WWE is an incredible organization with tremendous vision and experience when it comes to producing sports and entertainment content in a live setting," says Josh Mora, Full Sail's sports marketing and media program director. "Given that, it is a wonderful opportunity for our students to learn from some of the most accomplished and established professionals in their future fields.”

Tensai Making Career Change

WWE.com recently talked to Tensai about his career goals, one of those about doing commentary in WWE.

"As far as my future goals, I hope to be a regular commentator on NXT. From there, I hope to be apart of a team to call Raw or Smackdown. I would also like to be a trainer and producer for WWE someday. I like to set loft goals and tackle them one day at a time."

 

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