WWE started the new year with the opening of its second performance center in London. The London-based complex, which is being operated in parallel with its existing Orlando facility, is part of WWE's expansion into localized markets and will begin immediately after the launch of NXT U a weekly television program shot on British soil becomes. complete with own TakeOver special events, similar to the original NXT.
M & F stopped for the official opening of the new London WWE Performance Center and talked to the King of Kings himself, Triple H, who gave some tips for young talents.
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Future Mat Stars will now have access to WWE's first world-class practice site outside the US This new Performance Center will open stars in the UK, Australia, and the Middle East to learn the ropes with WWE before ever entering the States Talents can now also be exchanged between PCs so that US NXT stars or trainees can attend the UK show, and vice versa, with the introduction of current British WWE titlist Pete Dunne, who regularly visits NXT from the UK. Talents travel, leading to some great successes, leading to some incredible matches.
"Wherever there is interest in what we will try to get there," says the former 14-fold We LT Master Triple H. The UK Performance Center is possibly the first of many to be built outside the United States, with Australia and other countries under construction.
In addition to learning the holds and slams of wrestling royalties such as the British legend Jonny Saint or "Mr. WrestleMania ", Shawn Michaels, students receive media and promo courses as well as strength and conditioning training and diet and nutrition advice. To this end, WWE has recruited world-class coaches like Sean Hayes to give the grapplers their individual plans and help them reach their fitness potential.
Dunne, who was also present at the British PC launch, has found Michaels an essential factor as he makes positive changes in body composition. "Shawn was a real help, and even when I'm on the road, I can send him a text message and he's always there with help and support," says Dunne.
No Pain, All Gain
The impact of Triple H on the WWE landscape was enormous, first with NXT and now with its international expansion, which followed all of his career already known as the WWE superstar, having repeatedly WrestleMania Main Events and Wrestle He had survived the severity of the road himself, giving the young talents some advice on how to stay fit, healthy and injury free, and he had his own share of injuries, but said that in The current WWE era is not the case for a & # 39; Freak of Nature & # 39; to succeed in pro wrestling.
"The thing about WWE is that it's all kinds, shapes, sizes and people from all walks of life Needs to make it entertaining, "says Triple H." What we're trying to teach here in the Performance Center is not to look like a 'certain kind'; H It's about health and wellness. It's about how to be healthy and how to stay injury free. "
Much of it comes from doing the right things (with training and dieting) and being well rounded off by Triple H." Do not be so focused on one thing, "he says. Do not just be strong, be mobile. Do not just be flexible, but agile. All of these components help you stay injury free.
Triple H, who had many injuries over the years, said it was important to work hard to avoid injury, but you can not always avoid it being a business where it is 100 percent safe is that you will eventually hurt yourself, "he says. It's a certainty, right? If you think that you will never get hurt, do not get involved. It is a certainty that the harder we can work against it the better.
He adds, "Diet, hydration and a well-rounded fitness make you healthier. The healthier you are, the more injurious you can stay.
Great advice from The Game itself.