International recruits joining WWE, reporting to the Performance Center

Feicheng Wang, Jie Yin and Sean Tan have been announced as the newest international talents to join the WWE Performance Center

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As WWE continues it’s expansion into international markets, the company announced that three new recruits have joined the company and will be reporting to the Performance Center in Orlando.

Feicheng Wang, Jie Yin and Sean Tan hail from Asia. Wang and Tan have experience in pro wrestling as Wang was trained by Hartley Jackson, who helped train New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s Mikey Nicholls. Sean Tan competed under the name “Trexxus”. He is 25-years-old and is a former Singapore Pro Wrestling Southeast Asia Champion.

Here is WWE’s write-up about the new recruits:

A new group of recruits from Asia have reported for training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Fla.

Feicheng Wang stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 242 pounds. The Chinese recruit was trained for the ring by former WWE PC coach Hartley Jackson and Japanese wrestler and mixed martial artist Alexander Otsuka.

Sean Tan comes to the Performance Center from Singapore, where he competed under the name Trexxus. The 25-year-old is a former Singapore Pro Wrestling Southeast Asia Champion.

Jie Yin is a Chinese athlete who brings experience in CrossFit to the PC. In addition to being a champion indoor rower, Yin placed second in the CrossFit China Open and competed in the Asia CrossFit Championship.

For more information on the WWE Performance Center, and to apply for the opportunity to take part in the upcoming talent tryouts in Las Vegas, visit WWEPerformanceCenter.com.

WWE’s most recent Performance Center classes included the likes of Franky Monet and MSK (Nash Carter & Wes Lee). Lee and Carter will be defending their NXT Tag Team Championships against Tommaso Ciampa and Timothy Thatcher at Great American Bash next week.

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