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WWE Signs Former NFL Player and a Trainee of WWE Hall of Famer

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WWE released the following press release this morning in regards to the signing of former NFL player Brennan Williams:

WWE signs former NFL player Brennan Williams

Six-foot-seven, 300-pound former NFL offensive tackle Brennan Williams is joining the ranks of the WWE Performance Center. He reports to Orlando today to begin his training.

A third-round draft pick of the Houston Texans in 2013, Williams played college ball at the University of North Carolina prior to joining the NFL. He was also part of the practice squads for the Jacksonville Jaguars and New England Patriots during his NFL tenure.

Williams, a lifelong fan of sports-entertainment, began training under WWE Hall of Famer Booker T in October 2015 after his NFL career ended. He made his in-ring debut for Booker’s Houston-based Reality of Wrestling earlier this year, competing under the alias Marcellus Black.

In addition to his experience on the gridiron and in the ring, Williams holds a black belt in taekwondo.


Author’s Note: I have seen some of his work as of late and he is a man with a lot of potential. With more work, he could be something in the future. I wish him the best of luck and congratulations to him for signing a contract with WWE. I’m looking forward to seeing him on NXT in the near future.

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