United Wrestling Network talent at the WWE Performance Center

The World Wrestling Entertainment recently announced its list of names who’ve been joined the Performance Center this week. “Thirty-seven athletes arrived at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL. this week for a three-day talent tryout, WWE’s first such camp this year.”

Courtesy of WWE.com

Courtesy of WWE.com

The United Wrestling Network was well represented some of the talent.
Congrats to…

Jarek 1:20:
Jarek 1:20 once applied for WWE’s Tough Enough. He’s gone on to wrestle through out the United Wrestling Network. Jarek has competed in FSW, Combat Zone Wrestling, Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, and has quietly plying his trade at EVOLVE in the last year.

Tyler Bateman:
Bateman has been a standout in Southern California for quite sometime, but his run with the United TV title earned him quite the credibility while winning championships through out the scene. Bateman is a very complete wrestler and has all the nuances down to not only make a match believable, but to give it the extra sense of realism that enhances the match.

Dyaln Bostic:
Dylan Bostic was part of the triumvirate of PAC3 holding the United Wrestling Network Tag titles with Dan Joseph and Coach Flexo. The trio recently appeared to split up after failing to regain the Tag Team giggled.

Kevin Kross:
Kevin “Killer Kross” is best known in the United Wrestling Network from his time at Future Stars of Wrestling, but also has made appearances in Championship Wrestling from Arizona. Kross held the FSW Heavyweight Title for over a year in 2015 to 2016. He’s also competed nationally for Impact Wrestling and has had wrestled in Mexico for AAA and in Japan with Inoki Genome Federation, and recently debuted at the House of Hardcore back in January. Kross was originally scheduled to face Alberto El Patron at CWFAZ, before Patron had to pull off the card.

Mike Camden:
Mike Camden is more know for his work in San Diego, he did briefly spend some time in CWFH.

About Jay Cal

Jay Cal has been a fan of pro wrestling since the age of five and has been writing about wrestling since 2003. Jay has been published by PWInsider.com, Rudo Can't Fail, and was the former Editor in Chief of SoCalUNCENSORED.com. Jay Cal also co host the "popular" podcast The Alliance Guys on BlogTalkRadio.com

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply