Update On Vince McMahon's Reported Fit Over Work Of Certain Stars
Some heavyweight talents are working at the PC...
Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported this week that Vince McMahon reportedly "threw a fit" about the ring work of previously-unmentioned main roster talents, and has ordered them to attend twice-a-week classes at the Performance Center.
An update from Mike Johnson of PWInsider names Otis, Keith Lee, Dabba Kato, Dio Maddin, and Omos (AJ Styles' bodyguard) as being among those working on, "improving and refining their work inside the ring" as part of classes taking place at the PC on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The classes are reportedly being overseen by Adam Pearce and Drew Gulak.
Otis has been a regular performer on SmackDown, while Lee and Maddin have been active on Raw. Omos has done little on TV outside of corner for Styles, while Dabba Kato has yet to really be utilized in a regular role past his time on Raw Underground.
PWinsider's report also indicates that NXT talent Arturo Ruas (who was drafted to Raw in October) had been held off of TV in order to pick up additional seasoning. However, Ruas recently underwent surgery after sustaining an arm injury during a match with Kushida on NXT.