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WWE continues to add to its organizational depth, signing Northeast U.S. indie standout Christian Casanova to be part of a future Performance Center class.
Fightful Select was the first to report the news with our website independently verifying it. It's unknown when he will officially start.
The 5'10" Framingham, Massachusetts, native went pro in 2014 and eventually made a name for himself working for Northeast Wrestling, Beyond Wrestling, GCW, and Limitless Wrestling against the likes of August Grey, ACH, Flip Gordon, Myron Reed, Top Flight, JD Drake and others. He currently holds both the Limitless and Northeast Wrestling championships.
WWE recently signed former University of Central Florida football standout Parker Boudreaux for a future class while Paul "HHH" Levesque mentioned Rick Steiner's son and former college football player Bronson Rechsteiner has also been working out at the PC. Levesque also said one of the upcoming classes will feature the most female talents in one class they have ever had.