These days, the WWE is trying its best to get talented wrestlers from all over the world. At the moment, the WWE is interested in signing wrestlers from China and Japan. The WWE held a tryout in China recently, and Triple H took to twitter to make a comment on those tryouts.
This was WWE’s second tryout in the country. "A great few days in #WWEShanghai for the latest international @WWE tryout. An all-around team effort led by our @WWEPC staff, coaches and two original Chinese standouts and @WWENXT Superstars Big Boa and @XiaWWE.
#FullCircle," he wrote. A total of 30 men and 10 women were present for the WWE camp. They came from mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. The head coach of the WWE Performance Center Matt Bloom was the one that ran the tryouts.
Coach Robbie Brookside, Coach Johnny Moss and Coach Serena Deeb were also with him. Xia Li, Boa, Rocky, Reina Gonzalez and Kona Reeves are WWE NXT superstars and they helped their coaches with the tryouts. A number of noteworthy talents that participated are, Ma Zhu Jiang from Pro Wrestling NOAH, boxer Peng Qu, Tajiri protege Jiro Kuroshio, We Love Wrestling's Gao Yuan, Alexis Lee, Andruew Tang, and Vernice Crystal Gabriel.
The WWE might sign some or all of these wrestlers from China. A lot of talented wrestlers might be there, and the WWE needs all of them these days.