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WWE In The Process Of Acquiring More Property Close To Performance Center In Orlando; What Triple H Wants To Do With The New Space, Latest On Return Of Tough Enough & Cast Members Getting Preferential Treatment Compared To NXT Talent

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We're told WWE is frantically shopping for more buildings in the Orlando area. According to our source, the company wants more space as close to the Performance Center as possible.

Triple H has been spending a lot of time scouting some of the training facilities of various NFL franchises and wants to incorporate some of those concepts into WWE's developmental system, but they're going to need a lot more space.

Also, with Tough Enough planned to return and to be filmed at the Performance Center, there has been talk of actually giving the Tough Enough cast their own building to train in. This way they'll have more room to themselves and won't interfere with the training of non-Tough Enough talent.

The plan right now is for WWE to set up 2-3 more buildings in the Orlando area, looking for spaces as close to the WWE Performance Center as possible.

According to a source, the company has been trying to keep it quiet, feeling it will only drive up the price if it's known they're shopping for more room. We're told WWE is trying to quell this by having "dummy corporations" acquire the additional space Triple H is looking for.

The additional property acquisitions could take some time and we're told not to be surprised if the next season of Tough Enough is filmed where they already are, with future seasons having their own building for training.

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