Connectivity between the Performance Center and WWE's headquarters in Stamford, Conn., via closed circuit cameras will allow for real time feedback from WWE executives
Best-in-class sports medicine facility with on-site medical care creating a central location for all WWE talent to receive the best care both in and out of the ring
Dr. Michael Sampson, Medical Director, holds regular office hours
Access to a full-time athletic trainer and full-time physical therapist whenever talent are training as well as a network of local specialists
Strength and Conditioning
5,500 square-foot state-of-the-art strength and conditioning room that will allow for daily training sessions for all developmental trainees
Featuring cutting edge strength and conditioning equipment, cardio machines, medical rehab equipment and floor space for stretching and plyometric movement
World-renowned strength coach Joe DeFranco will serve as a consultant
A small, private studio that allows talent to practice on-camera techniques and work individually on character development and performance skills
Capable of being operated by the talent themselves, this one-of-a-kind studio functions without technical personnel and is controlled using a simple iPad interface
Edit and Production Suites
Cutting-edge edit and production facilities dedicated to creating improved TV performances for in-ring talent
Flash (Pre-tape) Studio – a full-function, green-screen capable studio designed to allow talent to practice their TV presentation skills or to create content for NXT or WWE programming. The room features a Sony ENG style camera, studio lighting and high-resolution recording using AJA Digital recording hardware operated by production staff
VO Booth – a practice room designed for announcers-in-training to work with WWE seasoned professionals to hone their live action announcing and play-by-play skills. The room allows for up to three announcers to work directly with an audio engineer to provide quick and easy record and playback functionality
The Performance Center solidifies WWE's presence in Orlando and evolves WWE's partnership with Full Sail University. Last year, WWE and Full Sail announced an innovative partnership that moved live tapings of WWE NXT series, WWE's weekly one-hour show that broadcasts on Hulu Plus and in more than 100 countries, to Full Sail Live, the university's state-of-the-art performance venue. The partnership, which created a student scholarship fund, also allows students of the university's entertainment-focused degree programs, including Film, Show Production, Digital Arts and Design, Internet Marketing and Entertainment Business, to gain real-world experience alongside WWE production staff during WWE NXT tapings.
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