Source: Wrestling Observer NewsletterAs noted, William Regal was in Brazil last weekend to scout talents for WWE and attended the FILL Double Impact event and the BWF Called To Fight event. Regal was joined by WWE Director of Talent Canyon Ceman.
WWE hopes to find some Brazilian wrestlers with potential and bring them to the United States because Brazil is an emerging economic market and is high on WWE's list of places they think they can make good money in.
There are rumors coming out of Brazil that Regal and Ceman were high on Brazilian wrestlers Insano Igor, Max Miller, Tim Anderson, Brutus e Xandao, Sonico, Tytan, Prodan and Pezao. Those wrestlers are rumored for a future tryout at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando.
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