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WWE signs a number of developmental prospects

The WWE announced today a new group of signings to developmental deals with the company.

Babatunde Alyegbusi - Alyegbusi got some publicity as something of a gimmick signing of the Minnesota Vikings last year as a 6-foot-9, 350 pound football player from Poland.  He didn't make the team, but his size got pub.  The Observer had already reported his recent tryout.

Bianca Blair - Blair is a Crossfit competitor who was an All-American at the hurdles at the University of Tennessee and has been featured in a number of women's fitness magazines.

Nikola Bogojevic - Bogojevic was a bronze medalist in Greco-Roman wrestling at the 2014 Pan American Games and was training with the Olympic wrestling team.

Carolyn Dunning - Dunning is a bikini contest competitor within the bodybuilding bikini world.

Macey Estrella - A woman wrestler who trained with American Premier Wrestling who a Marine Corps SWAT team background.

Nicola Glencross - Better known as Nikki Storm, she has wrestled all over the world including with top women's groups like Stardom and Shine, as well as many of the U.K. based promotions.

Terrance Jean-Jacques - A 6-foot-3, 265 pound All-American wrestler from the University of Iowa and University of Rhode Island.

Deniella Kamela - Kamela was on-air talent working for Fox Sports Arizona and trained under Rikishi and Gangrel at the Knoxx Pro Wrestling School in Southern California and was a cheerleader for the Arizona Cardinals and dance team member of the Phoenix Suns.

Michael Nicholls - The Australian-based Mikey Nicholls, who agreed to the deal last year but just started at the Performance Center recently.

Shane Veryzer - Better known as Shane Haste, he and Nicholls were a tag team in Pro Wrestling NOAH and the pair have extensive experience, including winning the Tag Team of the Year award in Japan in 2013.