Three NXT Recruits Make Their Live Event Debuts, WWE Tough Enough Contestant Decides to Pursue MMA, Big E Talks New Day

Big E Talks New Day

Big E recently spoke with CentralJersey.com to promote this Friday’s WWE live event in Trenton, NJ. During the interview, Big E had the following to say regarding what’s in store for fans of The New Day:

“You can expect to see a ton of very entertaining nonsense from us. The great thing about the live event is that there’s a lot more interaction than people may expect and we try to be up close and personal with our fans.”

WWE Tough Enough Contestant Decides to Pursue MMA

WWE Tough Enough contestant Tanner Saraceno announced on Twitter that he is taking a break from pro wrestling to focus on an MMA career. He Tweeted the following:

Three NXT Recruits Make Their Live Event Debuts

Back in April of this year, WWE announced 11 international talents had been recruited to NXT, and three of those talents, Peter Howard, Thomas Kingdon and Kenneth Crawford made their NXT live event debuts in a 20 man battle royal at last night’s event in Ft. Pierce, FL.

Howard is from Exeter, England, played collegiate Rugby in the United Kingdom and was a regional discus champion. Kingdon is from Traverse City, Michigan, competed in amateur bodybuilding and played football in high school. In 2013, he won the super-heavyweight class at the NPC Central States Competition. Crawford served in the U.S. Marine Corps for four years and was named Anson High School Athlete of the Year (North Carolina) in 2007.

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