The WWE Performance Center in Orlando welcomed 11 new recruits to NXT with seven international and four domestic, covering seven countries, to make it the most internationally-versed class yet. From left, they are Nhoop Al-Areebi (Toronto, Ontario, Canada); Cassie McIntosh (Born in Sydney, resides in Melbourne, Australia); Jessica McKay (Sydney, Australia); Oscar Vasquez (Cuidad Juarez, Mexico); Kenneth Crawford (Chicago, Illinois/Anson County, North Carolina); Radomir Petkovic (Belgrade, Serbia); Levis Valenzuela Jr. (Durham, North Carolina); Thomas Kingdon (Traverse City, Michigan); Sesugh Uhaa (Atlanta, Georgia); Peter Howard (Exeter, England); Axel Tischer (Dresdan, Germany).
The WWE Performance Center in Orlando welcomed 11 new recruits to NXT with seven international and four domestic, covering seven countries, to make it the most internationally-versed class yet. From left, they are Nhoop Al-Areebi (Toronto, Ontario, Canada); Cassie McIntosh (Born in Sydney, resides in Melbourne, Australia); Jessica McKay (Sydney, Australia); Oscar Vasquez (Cuidad Juarez, Mexico); Kenneth Crawford (Chicago, Illinois/Anson County, North Carolina); Radomir Petkovic (Belgrade, Serbia); Levis Valenzuela Jr. (Durham, North Carolina); Thomas Kingdon (Traverse City, Michigan); Sesugh Uhaa (Atlanta, Georgia); Peter Howard (Exeter, England); Axel Tischer (Dresdan, Germany). Photo Courtesy WWE
The WWE Performance Center in Orlando welcomed 11 new recruits to NXT with seven international and four domestic, covering seven countries, to make it the most internationally-versed class yet. From left, they are Nhoop Al-Areebi (Toronto, Ontario, Canada); Cassie McIntosh (Born in Sydney, resides in Melbourne, Australia); Jessica McKay (Sydney, Australia); Oscar Vasquez (Cuidad Juarez, Mexico); Kenneth Crawford (Chicago, Illinois/Anson County, North Carolina); Radomir Petkovic (Belgrade, Serbia); Levis Valenzuela Jr. (Durham, North Carolina); Thomas Kingdon (Traverse City, Michigan); Sesugh Uhaa (Atlanta, Georgia); Peter Howard (Exeter, England); Axel Tischer (Dresdan, Germany). Photo Courtesy WWE

WWE welcomes 11 new NXT recruits to WWE Performance Center

April 13, 2015 9:06 AM