WWE is officially looking to expand its talent pool, particularly those who come from the Saudia Arabia region. Today, the company announced that it’ll be holding a four-day tryout in Riyadh. The audition will allow 50 athletes to showcase their skills in the hopes for the right to become the next WWE Performance Center trainee. Per WWE’s official website, Triple H discussed the company’s return to Saudi Arabia. (WWE held a try-out in Jeddah in April 2018.) “We are excited to return to Saudi Arabia following the success of our first tryout in 2018 where we recruited a variety of elite athletes from the Middle East, including standout talent Mansoor, who has already played a meaningful role in various WWE events in Saudi Arabia,” said Triple H.
WWE continues to build its global brand and this try-out in Riyadh is the company’s latest attempt to increase its pool of international talents.