Aspiring professional wrestlers and fans alike, prepare for a new age in sports entertainment development. On July 11, 2013, the WWE officially opened its world-class professional wrestling facility, WWE Performance Center located at the Forsyth Central Commerce Park in Orlando, Florida. The WWE Performance Center “campus” is 26,000 square-feet, which includes a 12,000 square-foot training room with seven training rings. One of the seven wrestling rings includes theatrical lighting and is wired to have broadcast capability. The Center also includes production areas that allow wrestlers, announcers, and other future WWE talent to create promos and practice their TV presentation skills.
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