Multiple new WWE signings reported to the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida yesterday and AQA, Parker Boudreaux, Christian Casanova, Gigi Dolin, Anthony Henry, Blake Christian, Cora Jade, Bronson Reichsteiner, Karissa Rivera, Zoey Stark and Taya Valkyrie were reportedly a part of the latest class.
Mike Johnson of PWInsider reported earlier today that WWE has also signed Jennifer Michell Cantu Iglesias, Drew Kasper and Avery Taylor and they will be a part of the newest Performance Center class as well.
Kasper is the younger brother of WWE Performance Center Trainee Jacob Kasper. He was a collegiate wrestler at Otterbein University and was seeded #1 by the NCAA before the COVID-19 pandemic ended the wrestling season. He had a 30-0 record for the year at the time.
Avery Taylor was trained by Matt Sydal and Jay Lethal and she made her professional wrestling debut in 2018. She has primarily wrestled for Florida's American Combat Wrestling but she has also performed in EVOLVE, SHINE and World Xtreme Wrestling. Taylor competed in an NXT Battle Royal back in September 2020.
Jennifer Michell Cantu Iglesias is a 24-year-old powerlifter from Mexico. She previously attended a WWE tryout in December 2019.
Johnson also reported that Japanese star Sareee has arrived in the United States. She signed with WWE back in February 2020 but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed her move to the US.