MUMBAI, India; DUBAI, UAE; & STAMFORD, Conn.-WWE announced that they signed two premier female athletes, Kavita Devi from India and a female athlete with development contract Shadia Bseiso from Jordan. Devi and Bseiso are the first women from India and the Middle East to receive the opportunity to train to become a WWE superstar.
Kavita Devi is also a power reef that won the Indian gold medal at the South Asian Games in 2016 and was first elected as an Indian girl in the ring of WWE who joined the May-Young Classic women’s tournament in August last year It was done. Since he studied her ring skills from her leader, former world heavyweight champion, Gray Hari, he will begin training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, in January this year.
“It was a privilege to be the first Indian woman to compete in WWE,” said Devi. “Participating in the Mae Young Classic with some of the best female performers in the world was a great learning experience. Now I am looking forward to pursuing my dream of becoming the first WWE Women’s Champion from India.”
Shadia Bseiso is a trained Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes and CrossFit enthusiasts who took part in WWE’s invitation talent test in Dubai earlier this year. The talent pool for trials comes from 40 men and women in the Middle East and India with various backgrounds in sports and athletics such as power lift, rugby, football players, amateur wrestlers, martial artists, fitness experts It was made. Bseiso’s athletic ability, confidence, natural charisma got the opportunity to further extend her skills at WWE. Like Devi, Bseiso is planning to begin training at the WWE Performance Center in January.
“It is an honor to be the first-ever woman from the Middle East to sign with WWE,” Bseiso said. “I have visited the Performance Center and attended the Mae Young Classic. I have personally witnessed the power of WWE and the passion of WWE fans. I look forward to starting on my path to becoming a WWE Superstar.”
Devi and Bseiso will join the roster of international talent at WWE Performance Center gathered from various countries including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Mexico and the UK.
“Recruiting Kavita and Shadia to join our developmental system underscores WWE’s ongoing commitment to building a talent roster as diverse as our fan base,” said Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events & Creative. “We’re confident Kavita and Shadia will inspire future WWE Superstars as we continue to recruit the most talented athletes and entertainers from around the world.”