As WWE continues to look far and wide for new talent, the
company has moved to sign Emily Andzulis to a developmental deal. Casey over at
Circle Sirens was the first to break the news.
Andzulis shot to fame as the first female champion of NBC’s
Titan Games show – which just so happens to be produced and hosted by a certain
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
The 27-year-old worked a WWE tryout back in April of last
year, and she has since begun training at the Knoxville JPWA school which is operated
by Tom Prichard and Glenn ‘Kane’ Jacobs.
Emily Andzulis is expected to report to the WWE Performance
Center in Orlando, Florida later this month to begin the first steps in her WWE
At present, WWE is aggressively scouring the globe to try
and amass as much talent as possible, with the emerging presence of AEW having
given Vince McMahon’s company an added impetus to tie up as many wrestlers or wrestling
prospects as is possible.
Given the WWE Performance Center’s continued success, Andzulis
is likely in the best place to further learn her trade from some of the best
trainers in the industry.