WWE announces six new superstars



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WWE announces six new superstars

In recent months, WWE has focused a lot on making some really big cuts, with around 60 wrestlers being released in 2021 alone, in a total of over 350 employees laid off between 2020 and 2021, two devastating years due to the pandemic.

world from covid-19. After eliminating many resources both in the rings and backstage that are part of the Stamford-based company's offices, WWE is trying to start from point zero, after having eliminated several resources also in that of NXT, where several other important athletes have also been recently released.

Apparently, the WWE does not want to stop with the releases, also trying to take on fresh forces to then become great Superstars of the future, as happened a few months ago with Franky Monet, wife of the well-known John Morrison of Monday Night Raw and all the others.

hired with the latest wave of acquisitions of the McMahon company.

Here are six new WWE signings

With a press release arrived on the official website of the company, as well as on all WWE social networks, the McMahon federation wanted to let its fans know the last six members of the Performance Center recently signed, among which the brother of the champions also stands out.

of Smackdown couple, the Usos. But let's go now to see in detail who these new hires of the federation are. - Bobby Stevenson: brother of Olympic champion Gable Stevenson, gold medalist. Stevenson struggled at the University of Minnesota.

WWE is trying to get brother Gable to sign a contract as well. -Ben Buchanan: Former school wrestling champion in Alabama where he remained undefeated in the 2019-2020 season. And son of former WWE Superstar Bull Buchanan. -Brady Booker: Former college football player where she was a linebacker at the University of South Dakota.

- Jessica Woynilko: 21-year-old gymnast, bodybuilder and CrossFit athlete. You have competed in the United States team on the trampoline. - Joshua Dawkins: Trained in the Dudley Boyz Team 3D Academy and grandson of NBA legend Darryl Dawkins.

- Joseph Fatu: He is the younger brother of Jimmy and Jey Uso and the son of WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi. He has worked in the independent scene for years. Velasquez attacked The Beast Incarnate and set up a match between the two men in Saudi Arabia in November 2019.

It was the only wrestling match that Velasquez was part of in WWE and it lasted mere minutes before Lesnar picked up the victory. After the match, Rey Mysterio involved himself and there were links to continue the story, but WWE decided against this after it was revealed that Velasquez was injured.