Earlier this week, during a media interview, “The Glorious” Bobby Roode had suggested that WWE was building a “new” and “larger” Performance Center.
On Wednesday, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative Paul “Triple H” Levesque was on a conference call with the media to promote NXT takeover: Chicago during which he addressed the issue in question.
“The thing with Bobby Roode is all of Bobby Roode’s information is glorious … it’s just not accurate always,” the WWE Executive answered. “We have no current plans for a larger facility that are in the works, but it’s constantly something we’re looking at, growing and evolving, I never want to be stagnant to where we are. The Performance Center is kind of the heart of what we do, because it’s creating the future and it’s churning out all this talent, plus the content we’re creating there. There will be some announcements on some new things we are doing from there soon. I’m always open to that idea of expanding out in the future. Is it in my mind? Absolutely. Have we started actually doing that yet or physically going down that road? We have not. But I do appreciate Bobby’s enthusiasm for it, certainly.”