Triple H Introduces New WWE Performance Center In Orlando, Florida

Triple H, alongside Florida Governor Rick Scott and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs announced WWE’s new “Performance Center” at a news conference Thursday morning. It was announced the new facility, located in Orlando, will replace the company’s current developmental facility in Tampa.

Hunter confirmed previous WNW Premium reports that the 26,000-square-foot facility would feature seven wrestling rings and its own strength-and-conditioning and physical-therapy areas.

The facility will also strengthen WWE’s relationship with Full Sail University as Full Sail students will learn about TV production from the facility’s sound stage. The school’s president, Gary Jones, was on hand for the announcement.

The WWE Performance Center is expected to have an economic impact as well as it’s expected to employ about 100 people, creating 16 new full-time jobs. WWE is not receiving incentive funding from the state.  The open is expected for some time this summer.

Below are photos from Thursday’s announcement:

Click here for coverage by the Orlando Sentinel.

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  • Nostaljack

    Goodnight, Mr. Keirn. It’s been real.

  • lee

    WoW Thats nice, but we all want a real HOF building , but they keep forgetting about it and always tell us they are working on it.

  • http://twitter.com/placeboBSH Matt

    Very awesome to see them still expanding like that. Florida must be happy to have it, still