People who dream of getting into a World Wrestling Entertainment ring will be able to start that path in Orange County now.
The World Wrestling Entertainment Performance Center is now officially open, with the help of WWE executive Paul Triple H Levesque and Gov. Rick Scott.
Seven professional wrestling rings, new TV production studios, a sports medicine clinic and a workout gym round out the facility.
"I love anybody that brings jobs to our state," Scott said. "They have all this talent here. Everyone when they come here to work here, they want to stay here. Every job is important."
The new center, which represents a $2.3 million capital investment, should create nearly 100 jobs.
The new facility is located near Full Sail University, giving students access to a hands-on educational opportunity, and providing them with real world experience in television tapings.
Levesque says building the facility in represents the future of WWE, providing the next generation of superstars with a world-class facility to call their own.