- Jim Varsallone of The Miami Herald has several new videos from the WWE Performance Center on his YouTube channel. Above and below are a few.

The description for the video above reads like this:

"Sara Amato is breaking ground in sports entertainment as the first female trainer in WWE. A world-renowned wrestler who traveled the globe for more than a decade as Sara Del Rey, Amato trains the women at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando. She is molding and shaping them into NXT's Divas with the ultimate goal for them to become successful WWE Divas. Hard working, professional, talented, tough and beautiful, Amato could have focused on being the next WWE Diva but opted to train aspiring WWE Divas."

"NXT Divas champ Charlotte works out with other developmental talent at the state-of-the-art WWE Performance Center in Orlando. They are the future of WWE's Divas Division, being trained by Sara Amato (former wrestler Sara Del Rey), the first female trainer in WWE. She is preparing the lovely and talented ensemble for sports entertainment via NXT shows that are featured on WWE Network."

"WWE developmental talent work on their in-ring entrance at the state-of-the-art WWE Performance Center in Orlando. Nick Dinsmore (former WWE superstar Eugene) is one of the trainers as part of a Dream Team of coaches, trainers, producers and staff at the center. He helps establish and transition today's NXT superstars into the company's sports entertainment genre via NXT shows on WWE Network from Full Sail Live at Full Sail University in Winter Park, near Orlando."

"NXT superstar Corey Graves is a solid talent on the roster. Don't let this long-time wrestling fan go under the rader. He's worked well against members of The Shield, Bray Wyatt & The Wyatt Family and Adrian Neville. A former NXT tag team champion, Graves has an edgy look, complete with plenty of tattoos. Willing to learn all facets of the business, he is an alum of the Funkin Conservatory under the guidance of WWE Hall of Famer Dory Funk Jr. in (Central Florida) Ocala."