Fourth Generation Superstar At WWE’s Next Set Of Performance Center Tryouts

WWE always has their eyes on the pro wrestling scene to see who they can bring into the company. It appears that another fourth generation Superstar could make their way to WWE.

WWE is gearing up for another round of tryouts at the WWE Performance Center, and one participant stands out. Those tryouts have brought a lot of future Superstars to the company in the past.

According to PW Insider, WWE will conduct Performance Center tryouts this week, and the sole confirmed participant is Brogan Finlay. Brogan, a fourth-generation wrestler, hails from a wrestling lineage, being the son of Dave “Fit” Finlay, a former WWE wrestler turned trainer. His brother, David Finlay, is a prominent figure in NJPW, currently leading Bullet Club.

Thus far, the only name we have 100% confirmed as taking part is fourth-generation star Brogan Finlay, the son of Dave “Fit” Finlay.”



Brogran Finlay has been wrestling since 2021, mostly on the Southeastern independent scene. He’s stayed quite busy, getting his reps in on the road as well.

Brogan Finlay has been an active presence on the independent wrestling circuit, frequently performing for promotions like GCW, ACTION, JCW, and Black Label Pro. His most recent match took place at Naptown All Pro’s Hath No Fury event on September 10.

WWE previously conducted tryouts ahead of WWE SummerSlam 2023 in Detroit this past August. Stay tuned for updates on this situation as we continue to follow developments here at Ringside News.

What’s your take on WWE giving Finlay a good look? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

September 18, 2023 4:00 pm

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