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A new group of international recruits went to workout at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. The classes bring a varied experience both in the ring and in other sporting endeavors.

Sari Fujimura, debuted on NXT television as Surrey, is a 24-year-old male with nearly a decade of in-ring experience. By competing under the name Sari, she made her mark on the Japanese joshi circuit through promotions such as Meiko Satomura’s Sendai Girls, JWP Joshi Puroresu and World Woman Pro-Wrestling Diana.

Sanjana George A 24-year-old man from Bangalore, India. In addition to her passion for running grueling obstacle courses, George also holds a 5-1 record in mixed martial arts.

Jennifer Michell Cantu Iglesias 23 year old powerlifting champion from Monterrey, Mexico.

Hideki Suzuki joins the WWE PC coaching staff. A native of Hokkaido, Japan, trained in wrestling catching enough at the Japanese Snake Pit under the guidance of legendary Billy Robinson before entering the ring for Big Japan Pro Wrestling, Wrestle-1 and Zero1, among others. In 2017, Samurai TV named Suzuki the most valuable player in the Japanese independent struggle.

Matt Farrelli from Sydney, Australia, former history teacher with in-ring and reality TV experience. He participated in the 2019 show “Survivor Australia: Champions vs. Rivals.”

Stephanie de Landre Sydney, Australia, has a background in dance and football and has been an outstanding player in the independent wrestling scene.

For more information on the WWE Performance Center visit WWEPerformanceCenter.com

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