NXT Rookies To Debut At WWE Overseas Tour, Baron Corbin Reviews Music Singles, WWE Shop Sale

- Kerrang.com has an article here with Baron Corbin reviewing music singles, including Fall Out Boy's Irresistible, Iron Maiden's Speed Of Light and Motörhead's Victory Or Die. He also reviewed Happy Song by Bring Me The Horizon and said that BMTH are one of his favorite bands to see live.

"Happy Song is something I can blast in the car or in the gym," Corbin said. "It really gets you going, and makes you want to break something and set it on fire. All with a smile on your face! This band are one of my favorites to see live. I look forward to everything they do."

- For a limited time at WWEShop.com, you can buy one t-shirt and get one free. There is no code required, just use this link.

- Former World Kabbadi League Champion, Lovepreet Sangha and two-time Kushti National Heavyweight Champion, Satender Ved Pal, will make their in-ring debuts at next month's WWE live events in New Delhi, India on January 15th and 16th. Both wrestlers signed developmental deals with the company this past June. Below is the press release that was sent to us last June regarding both recruits:

WWE® PERFORMANCE CENTER WELCOMES TWO NEW RECRUITS FROM INDIA

MUMBAI, and STAMFORD, Conn., June 12, 2015 WWE (NYSE: WWE) today announced that two premier athletes from India, including former World Kabbadi League Champion Lovepreet Sangha and two-time Kushti National Heavyweight Champion Satender Ved Pal, have begun training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Fla.

Lovepreet Sangha joins NXT® from Kabaddi, a sport with origins in ancient India. The 6-foot, 225-pound Singh was one of the top raiders in the World Kabaddi League in 2014 and was a member of the team that won the league championship.

Standing 6-foot-4 and weighing 235 pounds, Satender Ved Pal is a standout in Indian wrestling. He is a two-time national heavyweight champion in Kushti, the traditional form of Indian grappling.

"The addition of two elite athletes from India to the NXT family underscores WWE's global reach and popularity," said Paul "Triple H" Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative. "Our talent roster is as diverse as our fan base, and we continue to build both at a rapid pace."

Lovepreet and Satender join the latest class of international recruits at the Performance Center, who hail from Mexico, Australia, United Kingdom, Serbia, Germany, Canada and the United States.

The WWE Performance Center is the home of NXT, the developmental division for WWE. With seven training rings, a world-class strength and conditioning program and cutting-edge edit and production facilities, the Performance Center allows new recruits to hone their skills through a comprehensive program that includes in-ring training, physical preparedness and character development. Additionally, recruits will be immersed in WWE's Professional Development program that focuses on four key pillars of development Life Skills, Education, Wellness and Career Success.

Below are photos of Lovepreet and Satender:




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