The WWE Performance Center is home to plenty of tomorrow’s Superstars as they learn the art of pro-wrestling from NXT’s renowned coaching staff. However, with over 110 main roster, the Performance Center appears to be quite crowded and the saturation point goes over the top when the already crowded NXT roster is brought to the table. The Performance Center, which was inaugurated on July 11, 2013, started training the Superstars of tomorrow right off the bat and with less than a month to go for the facility’s fifth birthday, it appears that WWE is aiming for something bigger.
Monday Night RAW Superstar and former WWE United States Champion, “The Glorious” Bobby Roode commented to KARK-TV while promoting RAW in Little Rock Arkansas that he’s heard the company is building an even bigger space for its already crowded developmental roster.
“From what I hear, it’s going to continue to grow,” Roode said while speaking about the WWE Performance Center. “I heard that they’re looking to build a new facility, a larger facility.”
It is quite interesting to see how the WWE Performance Center isn’t very old as it is. Orlando ha s proved to be a very successful location and many Superstars have relocated in order to get closer to this centralized location.