WWE Launches New Series Entitled 'WWE NOW India'; Weekly Updates, Recap Of WWE Tryouts In India

WWE is putting a spotlight on the wrestlers of India who want to become WWE superstars.

World Wrestling Entertainment is holding tryouts in Mumbai, India and the likes of New Day, Performance Center trainer and staff member Matt Bloom and higher-ups of the sports-entertainment company are in Mumbai keeping an eye out for talents who could possibly earn themselves WWE contracts. WWE will now be providing updates from India in a series entitled 'WWE NOW India' which is a branch of WWE's 'NOW' series that is hosted by Cathy Kelley.

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WWE NOW India will be hosted by Mendonca and she'll have exclusive interviews and will be covering breaking news that has wrestling fans in India buzzing. Below is the official write-up about the new series by way of WWE.com:

Starting today, WWE presents a new series that’s made just for the WWE Universe in India. WWE NOW INDIA, hosted by Gaelyn Mendonca, is fans’ all-access pass to all things WWE, presented in Hindi and posting every week on WWE’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Every week, WWE NOW INDIA and Mendonca (@vjgaelyn) deliver a desi twist to the breaking news, exclusive interviews and hottest stories in WWE that have all of India talking, as well as previews and recaps of Raw, SmackDown, NXT and pay-per-views, including WrestleMania. In the series’ premiere episode, Mendonca takes the WWE Universe along for a look at WWE’s first-ever talent tryout in India, where more than 70 prospects from around the country took part to realize their dream of becoming a WWE Superstar.

Join Gaelyn Mendonca every week for WWE NOW INDIA, and let us know your thoughts on the new series with your comments on WWE India’s social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

NXT founder and senior producer Triple H stated during an interview in January that he can say for certain that there will be a Performance Center in India and while on the topic of Triple H, last night on RAW, he invited "The Animal" Batista to show up and have a face-to-face after Batista crashed Ric Flair's 70th birthday celebration. 

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