Bobby Roode Says WWE Looking To Build Bigger Performance Center

Bobby Roode compares the WWE Performance Center to Heaven.

In an interview with Pro Wrestling Sheet, Bobby Roode was asked about WWE recruiting from independent wrestling and bringing wrestlers to the WWE Performance Center. Roode also revealed that WWE has plans for the facility.

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"WWE has taking over the entire sports entertainment industry...Independent wrestling is on a pretty big high right now. There's a lot of places you can go work. I think at the end of the day if you ask any of those guys...where they want to be is WWE," said Roode. "I remember when I first walked in (the performance center) it was like a wrestler's Heaven...From what I hear, it’s going to continue to grow.  I heard that they’re looking to build a new facility, a larger facility,” said Roode.

Also in the interview, Bobby Roode talked about the NXT brand. He said he enjoyed his time there as NXT Champion and thinks he did a lot to help build that brand. He also mentioned Velveteen Dream, Aleister Black, and Riddick Moss as current NXT roster members he thinks add to the brand and could move onto the main roster.

The full interview is available at the Pro Wrestling Sheet YouTube channel and the video above.

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