Second-generation hopefuls among new WWE Performance Center recruits


The six athletes took to training today at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida to begin their journey to WWE Superstar.

The new class of recruits includes second-generation superstars, including a member of the legendary Anoai family dynasty, as well as outstanding athletes from football, gymnastics and amateur wrestling.

Minneapolis Bobby Stepson, brother of 2020 Olympic gold medalist Gable Stepson, is 6 feet tall and weighs 220 pounds. He fought at the University of Minnesota, the same alma mater as his brother, the former world champion. Brock Lesnar and Raw Superstar Shelton Benjamin

Twenty year old Ben Buchanan Former Alabama High School Wrestling Champion from Runbourne, Alabama. In the 2019-2020 season, he has not lost a single defeat in the 285 lbs division. 6’4 ” 250lb is also the son of former WWE Tag Team Champion Bull Buchanan.

Brady Booker Came to the Performance Center from the college football world while playing for the middle midfielder at the University of South Dakota. Also a seasoned archer, a 21-year-old from Lasalle, Illinois, is 6’3 and weighs 245 pounds.

Jessica Voinilko 21-year-old gymnast, bodybuilder and CrossFit athlete from Prior Lake, Minnesota. As a gymnast, she specialized in acrobatics and trampoline jumping for the 2016 USA national team.

Joseph Fatou of Las Vegas – the younger brother of the SmackDown Tag Team champions Jimmy & Jay Uso and son of the WWE Hall of Fame Rikishi… In addition to being a member of one of the wealthiest sporting families, this 6’2, 240 pound moneylender also played college football.

Twenty three years Joshua Dawkins from Debary, Florida, latest WWE Hall of Fame intern D-von Dudley will be subscribed to the WWE Performance Center. The 6-foot-1 rookie is also the nephew of NBA legend Darryl Dawkins.

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