New Performance Center Recruits React To Their Signing, What You Need To Know Before Dynamite | Fight-Size

Here is your fight-size update for Wednesday, February 24, 2021:

- Today, WWE revealed its latest Performance Center class. Several of the signees including Taya Valkyrie, AQA, Christian Casanova, and Cora Jade have reacted to the news via social media.

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- Check out the latest pre-show prior to AEW Dynamite in the video below.

- Following the signing of Paul Wight to AEW, Mick Foley made a connection between the WWE of today and the WWE of 12 years ago.

- Speaking with CBS Sports, The Miz commented on his relationship with John Morrison.

"John brings out the best in me," Mizanin said. "He motivates me and makes me think outside the box. His brain works differently than anybody I've ever met. He is just an incredible friend. He's the brother I never had. I love being next to him in the ring and being able to share this with him."

- Blavity has highlighted NXT referee Aja Smith for her history-making efforts.

- Britt Baker is worried that Paul Wight signing a contract with AEW will push back her action figure debut.

- Independent Superstar, Billie Starkz recently did a Q&A with Wrestling Plug where she highlighted her favorite match being one that she had with Kylie Rae.

“My match with Kylie Rae, just the story we were able to tell and the reactions we received from fans was amazing.”

- The latest Ring of Honor Roundtable features a celebration of black excellence in the promotion.

- WWE referee Jessika Carr is starting her own podcast.

- Triple H and Stephanie McMahon will be guests tomorrow on the Good Time Show with Aarthi & Sriram

- Don't Die Miles recently explained changing his name from Miles Morales when speaking to OutSports.

“I had to make myself happy. I wanted to wrestle under a name that I felt comfortable with,” Miles said. “I wanted to make sure that everybody knew me as this person instead of [Miles Morales]… I take pride in my name and I want to put positivity out there.”

- World Wrestling Entertainment stock was way up today, closing at $49.81. That's $1.57 higher or 3.25%

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