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Karissa Rivera, Avery Taylor, Sareee, and more are part of the new WWE Performance Center class

The names for the huge next WWE Performance Center class are dropping. There are reportedly 30 signees between men and women to include some that have already made their TV debuts. Although all of the names haven’t been officially announced between Wrestling Inc. and PWInsider several have been announced.

We have already seen certain talents such as Zoey Stark, GiGi Dolin, and Cora Jade who has made their debuts in some capacity, and they are listed in this group. There are some other names that have been previously mentioned such as former IMPACT Knockouts Champion Taya Valkyrie, AQA (Angela Arnold), and Sareee.

Credit: Taya Valkyrie

Sareee signed with WWE in 2019 prior to the start of the COVID pandemic. She recently spoke saying she was on the way to the United States to finally start on the NXT brand. She is a top star in Japan. At the young age of 24, she is already a nearly 10-year veteran.

Edit: Sareee hasn’t been listed in the class that has just published. She is said to be in Florida however and will be forthcoming.

Avery Taylor is another name to add to the list. She has been trained by Matt Sydal and Jay Lethal. She is an indie wrestler from Florida who took part in an NXT Battle Royal last September.

Credit: @Avery Taylor’s Facebook
Credit: Avery Taylor

Next is Karissa Rivera. Rivera has had a few moments with WWE. She had a previous NXT match against Lacey Evans as an enhancement talent in November 2018. In 2019 she paired up with Kris Statlander and was coined The Brooklyn Belles. They lost to then women’s Tag Team Champions, The IIconics. She was last seen as Bobby Lashley’s “ex-wife” during his wedding with Lana. Rivera has trained under Damian Adams who has trained such names as Deonna Purrazzo, Karen Q, and Tasha Steelz.

Credit: Karissa Rivera

Camron Clay – (Per has been competing in the ring for four years under the name Camron Branae and has been in the ring with the likes of NXT’s Shotzi Blackheart.

Credit: Camron Clay

Edit: Not listed in the WWE official announcement but another name includes Jennifer Michell Cantu Iglesias who is a 24-year-old powerlifter from Mexico. She worked a WWE tryout in December 2019.

What are your thoughts on these names? Leave a comment below on who you are excited to see below. Check back in with Diva Dirt for any further news on new talent.

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