The results are in for the athletic testing held this week at the WWE Performance Center.
Known also as the PC Combine, the testing involved various NXT Superstars and Performance Center recruits competing in a battery of workouts. The events ranged from 60-yard sled shuttle sprints and overhead medicine ball tosses, to trap-bar deadlifts and bench-pressing for maximum repetitions.
Former University of Minnesota linebacker Riddick Moss was the top performer among the men, followed by 2015 WWE Tough Enough competitors Patrick Clark and Mada at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively.
Among the women, Bianca Blair, who was an All-American and All-SEC track-and-field star at the University of Tennessee, finished first. NXT newcomer Ember Moon finished second and Mandy Rose, another Tough Enough alumna, came in third.
The overall standings take into consideration the athletes’ performance in all of the events.
Watch WWE.com exclusive video of NXT recruit Niko Bogojevic powering his way through 45 reps with a 225-pound bench press, and stay tuned for more PC Combine videos in the coming week.