WWE has announced three new signees to their Performance Center.
The most notable of the bunch being former TNA X Division Champion Robbie E. E has worked for WWE sporadically in the past, but has also done work for promotions such as Pro Wrestling Noah, along with appearances on competition series such as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s The Titan Games and The Amazing Race. Now, he joins WWE’s Performance Center.
WWE has also scooped up indie professional wrestling manager and wrestler Stokely Hathaway. Despite being a trained in-ring talent, Hathaway is better known for his managing of talents on the indie scene. He has worked for promotions such as EVOLVE Wrestling and Beyond Wrestling in New England.
Finally, WWE has also signed Cal Bloom, son of former WWE Superstar Wayne Bloom (Beau Beverly). The 6-foot-5, 255-pounder played tight end at the University of Central Florida. During his career on the gridiron, Bloom made four Bowl Game appearances. He was awarded the Iron Knight Award for benching 500 pounds, making him the strongest member of the team and a record-holder amongst UCF tight ends.
Despite having yet to have his first professional wrestling match, Bloom has been trained by the likes of his father, Wayne, former WWE star Ken Kennedy, and famed professional wrestling trainer Brad Rheingans.