WWE: Saudi Arabia Talent Tryout for New Stars Starts Today

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Contestants for the WWE Dubai tryouts 2017/ wwe.com
WWE storms Saudi Arabia this week on the hunt for the WWE Superstars of this generation and the next. The Talent tryout is scheduled to hold in Jeddah for four days, to run from Wednesday through Saturday.

The venue for this tryout is the King Abdullah City Sports Hall, featuring as many contestants as possible with the intents to pick from among them, the best athletes and give them the platform to display and sell themselves to the outer world through their abilities and skills and get trained at the WWE performance Center in Orlando, Florida.

This edition of the talent tryout precedes the last year successful tryout that promoted Shadia Bseiso of Dubai and brought her to limelight as the first Arab woman to be signed by the WWE.

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The hunt will be a compilation of different sporting activities from professional athletes from diverse sporting backgrounds. These sports categories include volleyball, boxing, gymnastics, football, weight-lifting, Jiu-jitsu, Taekwondo and Crossfit.

WWE Vice President Triple H’s Lévesque, Paul, spoke as a WWE personnel about how the supposed program. He said: “WWE is dedicated to recruiting the most talented athletes and entertainers from around the world and developing them into global Superstars,”

“In partnership with the General Sports Authority, we look forward to bringing the Greatest Royal Rumble to Saudi Arabia while showcasing this historic event to the world.”

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WWE is to hold the greatest Royal Rumble show for the first time in the United Arab Emirates next Friday at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium. This show will feature a 50-man Royal Rumble match and seven WWE titles to be defended. The Brock Lesnar and Roman reigns steel cage fight will also be held in the show as Lesnar puts his Universal title on the line.

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