Thursday, April 18, 2013

World Wrestling Entertainment coming to Orlando

Get ready fans for the most exciting entertainment of all time,  World Wrestling Entertainment is coming to Orlando.  Projected to create a plethora of jobs, one of the biggest promoters of events plans to build a training center in East Orange County.

The development dubbed Project Flair, proposes a training facility to train wrestlers for its live broadcast.  The WWE project could have chose any location to build its new facility but instead chose the SunShine state demonstrating that Florida creates jobs boasted Rick Scott.

New positions may include training wrestlers, sports-medicine professionals and TV-production. Thursday official announcement may be attended by  Mayor Teresa Jacobs,  Full Sail President Garry Jones, and WWE Executive Vice President Paul Levesque,  A.K.A  "Triple H."

Headed by the world renown mogul Vince McMahon CEO, WWE  has sponsored some of the biggest events in Orlando. In 2008, Orlando Florida's Citrus Bowl hosted the one-time event Wrestle Mania 24 with more than 70,000 fans in attendance.  Fans were elated when WWE returned to The Amway Center in 2010  featuring its spectacular event WWE Raw and two years later WWE Smackdown.

It appears that WWE intends  to expand its operation after its successful partnership with Florida's Full Sail college that offers advanced degrees in graphic arts, entertainment, and media.  To date, WWE has promoted Super Stars and Divas in 45 episode of  NXT.  Blending both sports and drama is absolutely brilliant according to critics in show business.

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