– Hey guys, we’re Super Hero Kids, and we’re in Orlando, Florida, and we’re at the WWE Performance Center. – And we’ve been challenged to become Superstars in training. – And we’re already superheroes, so how hard could it be
to become Superstars? – [Woman] This is a paid
advertisement from Mattel. – It should be a blast, like honestly a breeze, easy peasy. – I’m nervous, like 100% nervous. – Pretty amazing, right? – [Girls] Yeah. – It’s so nice to meet you three. My name is Matt Bloom
and I’m the head coach of the WWE Performance Center. I oversee 105 talents’ journey, as they try to become WWE Superstars. You know those guys you see, and girls in the middle of the ring? With all those fans cheering
for them and going nuts? It all starts here. And today is your first day to see what it takes to become a WWE Superstar. How are you guys feeling? – So excited, I’m ready to knock this out! Easy peasy. – I’m pumped, I think it’s gonna be easy. – Yeah, easy. I’m excited and I’m ready to do this. – I love that. So listen, one thing I
see with all three of you? Confidence, and that goes a long way. All right guys, so this is
strength coach Sean Hayes. He’s in charge of this strength and conditioning weight room here, guys. And what it takes to be a WWE Superstar, you need a strong body and a strong mind. Physical fitness is so important. Coach Hayes is gonna take you
through two stations today. Coach, what have we got for them? – All right, Coach. We got some good stuff
planned for you guys. We’re gonna do exactly
what our WWE Superstars do on a daily basis, all right? We’re gonna start off with some box jumps, some push-ups, and some med-ball lunges. What do you say to that? – [Kids] Yeah. – All right, you feel good for this? – Let’s do this. (whooping and clapping) – If you advance here we’re gonna do a little bit harder exercises
with some sled pushes, and sled drags, and some farmer carries. You guys up for the challenge? – Yes.
– Yeah let’s do this! This is gonna be easy.
– All right. We’re gonna do five box jumps here. Land properly, step down. Five push-ups on the sand dune, and five med-ball lunges each way. Take your time, quality
reps over quantity. All right, here we go. Let’s do box jumps, push-ups, lunges. (clapping) Let’s go guys. Here we go. – All right here we go. – Get some enthusiasm down in here. – Ready?
– Here we go, here we go. (upbeat guitar music) – [Sean] There we go, nice Noah. We’re doing single leg lunges here. Because single leg exercises are a great way to develop strength. – Good job, nice exposure.
– And pushups. Gotta have upper body strength, right? Nice job. (clapping) – [Matt] We got five
done right here coach, that’s five, we got five done right here. – All right let’s go,
let’s hit these box jumps. Awesome look at that, look at that. Nice, good push-ups right there. Yeah, great upper body movement, and it’s off the ground a little bit, so it’s gonna be a little
bit easier on our joints. It’s a great way to develop
upper body strength. All right.
– Done! – All right here we go. (clapping) – Last station right, here we go. – [Noah] It’s okay, easy, here we go. – Let’s see what we got
on these push-ups, Noah. Come on now, give them to me. Good form, excellent! A lot of what we do in the
ring is single leg movements, like when we run the ropes. So great way, single leg exercise,
and some med-ball lunges. You guys are crushing it, man. – Crushing it. – (claps) Come on, Eden, come on Eden! – Well guys, station one
seemed a little bit easy. But now it’s gonna get
a little bit tougher. And with toughness, that begins to what, mold a WWE Superstar, okay? As John Cena says, “Never give up.” So when it gets tough
right now, you can’t quit. You gotta push through
the pain, the tiredness. (claps) Here we go Coach,
what are we doing now? – All right, Noah, we’re
gonna do sled drags, all the way to that logo. We’re gonna do farmer’s
walks, and we got sled pushes. These are staples right here
in the Performance Center. This is where we make WWE Superstars. All right, let’s get good knee bend, let’s stay nice and tall when
we walk with those farmers. And let’s get good drive with those sleds. – Coach, they coming to me? – Okay.
– What do we do here? We go through the line, we finish. Another important aspect of
being a WWE Superstar is finish. – Yeah. – Here we go.
– Okay. – Let’s do this now. – [Girls] Let’s go!
– Here we go! Here we go guys, come on. Nice Noah, there we go,
nice and strong, drive! Switch it up, here we
go, we got sled pushes. We’re gonna work on lower
body, posterior chain, something that we need in the ring. And also, it’s tough. Here we go, nice. – [Matt] Good pull, there we go. – There we go, nice Noah. Killing it in that good drive. – [Matt] Good job, Noah. – Good drive with those
farmers, nice and tall. Excellent. – Oh jeez. Come on finish! (grunting) Nice job! – [Hope Marie] Come on guys! – [Matt] Here we go! – You’re gonna get that
contract ready coach, you need three of them ready. – I’m going to make this
one a little bit tougher. You versus me. – Oh no. – Oh, yeah. – It’s gonna be you. (laughing) – I think you’re right. (girls laughing) – Here we go, let’s get good knee bends, and let’s drive right through that line. Here we go! Nice and tall Noah, nice and tall. – Coach, these farmers
carries and the sled push, what are they doing for them? – It’s excellent. When we are carrying people in the ring, we’re working our grip,
great core exercise, and we gotta push people in the ring, so sled pushes are a great way to kinda mimic that movement. You guys definitely did a good job. A little harder than
the first round right? – Are you guys tired? – [Kids] No.
– Not at all. – We could do this forever. – Forever? All right, so listen. Station one, you guys did amazing. You guys tore apart station two. So uh… I have an idea, a station three. – What are you thinking? – What are they saying? – I think we should. – You think so? – I do. – All right guys, are you guys
ready for the last station? – Yes, yeah.
– Definitely. – All right, we are going
to do the big tire flip. You guys ready for that? – [Girls] Yeah. – All right, here we go, you
better get ready, it’s tough. Let’s go. – [Girls] Let’s go. – We got this. – You guys made the first
two stages look easy, but this is the toughest lift in the gym. Coach Hayes? – All right, here it is. This is a 1000 pound tire,
you guys gotta get low, put your whole body into it, and work as a team to flip this bad boy. You guys ready? – Yeah. – Sure. – Wait wait wait wait, you guys look nervous,
aren’t you superheros? – Yeah.
– Yeah. – Yeah, we’re superheros.
– Yeah, we got this. – Okay. – [Matt] Here we go now you gotta get low, you gotta get low, on three. – [Sean] There we go, drive! – [Matt] Three, two, one, lift. Lift, drive, pull. (kids groaning) – [Sean] Come on. – Oh here we go, Eric Bugenhagen
is gonna help ’em out now. Here we go. Three, two, one, lift. (kids and Eric groaning) – [Matt] Come on lift, pull, pull! – Come on kids! – Beat it! – [Kids] Whoa, it’s Braun Strowman! – On three. – All right we ready? – [All] Three, two, one, lift. (kids and Braun grunt) (cheering) – Good job, guys! (funky organ music) – And like, look, flipping
tires is great and all, but it takes more than
strength to be a WWE Superstar. You’ve got to be able
to bring your character to life inside the ring. Now you I heard you guys
brought some costumes with you. – Yeah.
– Yeah. – Well let’s see ’em. – [Kids] All right, let’s go. (funky organ music) – You guys look awesome! Wow, bravo. All right, now you’ve got your costumes, but here’s one of the big kickers. Something that really gets
your character over strong and helps you connect with
the audience is a catchphrase. Something that describes
yourself to the crowd. Who you are, what you
are, and why you’re here. Do you think you guys could come up with a catchphrase right here on the spot? – Yeah!
– Oh yeah. – All right, who wants to go first, and explain yourself with one catchphrase? Who you are to the audience? – I will! I’m Electra Eden and
you’re in for a shock! – All right, very well done! – [Hope Marie] That was good. – All right. – Okay, I think I’m going to go. My name is Hype Light, and it’s more than a
feeling, it’s who I am! – I really really like it. All right, you’ve got the catch phrase, but I feel like it’s missing
just a little bit of energy. Dig down deep inside of you now. – Okay. – Come on, let me really hear it. – It’s more than a feeling, it’s who I am! – All right, there it is! And what about you big man? – My turn. I’m Nitro Noah and you’re
gonna feel the burn! – I really really like it, but something’s just
not connecting with me. I feel like that’s not your character. I feel like there’s
something more inside of you that you can bring out to the audience. (Noah gasps) (funky organ music) – I’m Nitro Noah and
you’re gonna feel the burn! – Now we’re talking, all right! Now you guys’ costumes and
catchphrases are great. But there’s one last thing
to becoming a super star. And that’s picking out your theme music. And I’ve got the song for you guys. Let’s go check it out! – Whoo! – Yeah! – Ladies and gentlemen. When good isn’t good
enough, you need super. But what is super without the heroes? Please welcome, the
unstoppable Superstar team known as Hero Force! (energetic rock music) (electric shock) (clapping) – Please join me in welcoming the fiery and fierce Blaze Noah. Striking within a moment’s
notice, Electra Eden. The one who takes charge
of it all, Flair Hope. The unstoppable team of Hero Force! – You guys are great! What an amazing day, I
saw you guys this morning, and I saw potential, and you guys did an amazing job all day. The Super Hero Kids are for real! – Thank you! – Thank you! – Hey! Why don’t you all join me in the ring. All right guys, you look awesome. All right, all right. Boom and a bang. (cheering) – All right, now that you’ve completed your Superstar training the
big question is, what’s next? – We’re going to challenge Kids Fun TV to see if they can do what we did, and become the next WWE SuperStars. (energetic rock music)