WWE: FCW Moving Out of Tampa

The PWInsider is reporting that WWE plans to move the FCW developmental territory out of its current home in Tampa, FL. However, FCW will not be moving too far as the developmental territory will be relocating to Winter Park, FL (about 90 miles from Tampa), which is a suburb of Orlando. FCW will be taping their television show on the campus of Full Sail University (which primarily sees students learning about video and film production), signing an exclusive contract to be the only promotion operating at the location. FSU has a 22,000 square foot multi-purpose venue and a two-story 10,600 square foot recording studio, as well as a brand new 86,000 square foot building that will have television and film sound stages when the building is completed later this spring. All of these perks make it a smart move for the WWE to make with FCW.

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