WWE has had two big tryouts over the past several months. Most recently was the SummerSlam tryouts which confirmed nine signees for the women. However, WrestleMania had a total of seven women offered contracts from those tryouts. WWE has officially confirmed the seven women from the WrestleMania tryouts as the newest recruitment class.
Per WWE.com –
Valerie Loureda is an acclaimed mixed martial artist who previously fought in Bellator, where she compiled a 4-1 record. The 24-year-old Miami, Fla., native has a black belt in Taekwondo and has already made waves in the MMA world for her social media presence. Loureda is also the first Cuban-American to be signed by WWE.
A former Miss Indiana, Alexis Lete heads to the WWE Performance Center after four years on the George Washington University volleyball team as their leading middle blocker. A social media star, Lete is most notably known for her viral Wonder Woman TikToks as well as hosting a cryptocurrency podcast, “Crypto Cast.”
AJ Amrhein is a well-renowned fitness instructor from Scottsburg, Ind., and a former tumbler on the prestigious Baylor Acrobatics & Tumbling team. Amrhein is a three-time national champion with The Bears and was named the 2020 Female Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Gina DeLucia is a 24-year-old Crossfit competitor ranked among the top 200 females in the United States. A graduate of Ole Miss, DeLucia is a former cheerleader who went on to compete internationally at some of Crossfit’s most renowned competitions.
Giovanna Eburneo has a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, winning both Pan-American and European Championships. The 25-year-old Sao Paulo, Brazil native is also a personal trainer.
Sarah Baer was a standout collegiate soccer and basketball player at both Bowling Green University and Lynn University. The 26-year-old dual-sport athlete also has a master’s in criminal justice.
The 23-year-old Tiana Caffey is a former collegiate soccer player from LSU. A Port St. Lucie, Fla., native, Caffey was called up to play for the USA U17 National Soccer Team.
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The nine women that were signed during the SummerSlam tryouts haven’t had their class officially announced but you can check out their names by clicking here or watching the video below.
Diva Dirt will provide any further news on any of the new signees as it presents itself.