Continuing a recent trend of scouting talent in the region, the WWE announced Thursday that it had signed developmental contracts with seven potential WWE superstars from China.WWE is dedicated to finding the most talented athletes and entertainers from around the world, Paul Triple H Levesque, WWE executive vice president of talent, live events and creative, said in a news release Thursday.The seven athletes identified at WWEs first-ever tryout in China will be given the opportunity to train at the WWE Performance Center, in the hopes of becoming the next big WWE Superstar, while also helping to inspire future WWE Superstars and continue the global success of WWE.The seven new WWE signees are:Big Boa?is a purple belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. He was named the 2016 Brazilian jiu-jitsu China Open Gi/No-Gi champion and represented China at the 2013 ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championships in Abu Dhabi.Gao Lei?is a champion in various Beijing traditional wrestling promotions and the team leader of Mongolian Universitys wrestling team.Zhao Xia has?trained in martial arts and is the co-founder of her own fitness studio. Zhao has multiple first-place finishes in martial arts and fitness competitions.Wang Xiaolong, of Beijing, studied at the Shandong University of Technology and the Beijing Contemporary Music Academy for music production. He has an athletic background in basketball.Gu Guangming is a 6-foot-8, 287-pound amateur boxer from Mudanjiang who won the national mens championship in his weight class in 2014.Yifeng, an actor and a graduate of the Shanghai Theater Company. Yifeng was most recently featured in the movie Lady and Tiger in 2014.Cheng Yuxiang, an expert-level fitness trainer from Beijing who also participates in various Chinese boxing competitions across the country.These finalists went through a four-day tryout in Shanghai in June, and they were chosen from a group of 34 who participated in the comprehensive tryout camp. Levesque and Canyon Ceman (WWE vice president of talent development) were in attendance for this tryout, as were WWE Performance Center head trainer Matt Bloom, womens trainer Sarah Stock and William Regal, among others.The seven new additions to the WWE talent roster will begin training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, starting in January. Theyll join previous Chinese signee Bin Wang, and all will be in attendance Saturday as Wang wrestles his first WWE match during the WWEs live event in Shanghai. 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Michael Brantley hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning off Al Alburquerque as Cleveland, which blew a big lead, ended a seven-game skid against Detroit with a 9-6 win Sunday to trim one game off the first-place Tigers lead in the AL Central. Brantley, who hit a solo homer in the sixth and had a career-high five RBIs, drove a 3-1 pitch from Alburquerque (1-2) over the wall in right field as the Indians, a team capable of streaking in any direction at any time, recovered after their bullpen couldnt protect a 6-1 lead against one of baseballs best lineups. Detroit, which overpowered Cleveland in winning the first two games of the four-game series, had rallied to tie it 6-all in the eighth on Torii Hunters three-run homer off Vinnie Pestano. But the Indians didnt quit. Its not their style. "The boys came out and punched back," Pestano said. "They didnt hang their heads. Its the personality weve got. Its the closeness of this group." Cody Allen (4-1) got one out in the eighth and closer Chris Perez, who recently came off the disabled list, gave up a single in the ninth before getting his ninth save -- a save the Indians had to have. "That one would have been a tough one to go home today if we had lost," Indians manager Terry Francona said. Detroit had its five-game winning streak snapped, and missed a chance to open a 4 1-2 game lead over the second-place Indians, who can split the series on Monday and get back to where they were before it started -- if they can beat unbeaten Max Scherzer (13-0). Carlos Santana hit a two-run homer and Lonnie Chisenhall added a solo shot as the Indians beat the Tigers for just the fourth time in 15 games. Hunter had four RBIs and Miguel Cabrera homered and had four hits for the Tigers, who took little solace in a comeback that came up a little short. "We were able to tie the game and give ourselves a chance, but at the same time we lost," Hunter said. "Wins, thats all that matters. No matter what you do, late-inning production, I dont give a doggone ... wins." Before Brantleys shot, the Indians were in peril of losing a game that could have haunted them for months. They had finally gone toe-to-toe with the All-Star loaded Tigers, who shut them out 7-0 on Friday and hammered them again 9-4 on Saturday. Cleveland built a 6-1 lead and got a quality start from Corey Kluber only to have its bullpen waste it. Down five runs and unable to do much against Kluber, the Tigers stormed back by scoring twice in the seventh and tying it when Hunter, 0 for 7 with three strikeouts in his career against Pestano, drove a 2-1 pitch onto the pedestrian patio in left.dddddddddddd The shot drained the life from Indians fans, but pumped up Detroit rooters, who filled Progressive Field with chants of "Lets Go Tigers!" As the ball cleared the wall, Swisher had a moment of panic. "I think we were all thinking, Damn. But thats baseball and thats how it goes," he said. "Thats a great lineup. How many guys do they have on the All-Star team? For us, were the underdogs, man. We got nothing to lose and if we go out there and play loose and play our type of baseball, stress-free, thats our best way of playing. "When we get up tight and feel like we have to win, its really hard," he added. Cabrera and Prince Fielder followed Hunters homer with singles and Francona, without a lefty available in the bullpen because Rich Hill pitched the previous four games, pulled Pestano. Allen came in and threw a wild pitch but was able to keep it knotted by striking out Victor Martinez. After being manhandled for the second straight game, the Indians, at the urging of designated hitter and elder statesman Jason Giambi, had a team meeting Saturday. While none of the players provided much detail about what was said, the session seemed to work. "Sometimes you go through spells," Swisher said. "We kind of got together and hashed everything out. I feel like we came to the ballpark today ready to go. There wasnt any pressure put on us and thats when were at our best. Im not a major fan of team meetings, but when the Big G calls one, we will be there." The Indians built a 5-1 lead after two, which seemed to be more than enough support for Kluber, who allowed two runs and matched a career high with 10 strikeouts in 6 1-3 innings. Cabreras 28th homer gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead in the first. With two outs, Cabrera drove Klubers first pitch, a 96 mph fastball, 15 rows up the left-field bleachers. But the Indians came right back, scoring four in their first at-bat against Doug Fister as Brantley hit a two-run double and Santana followed with his 11th homer to make it 4-1. Brantley went 3 for 4 and scored three times. "Michael Brantley looked like Barry Bonds," Hunter said. "Thats crazy." NOTES: The Indians lead the AL with 176 two-out runs. ... Scherzer will try to become the first pitcher to start a season 14-0 since Roger Clemens in 1986. The right-hander has already beaten the Indians twice this season and won 19 of his last 20 decisions. ... The Tigers placed LHP Darin Downs on the 15-day disabled list with shoulder tendinitis. They recalled Evan Reed from Triple-A Toledo. ... Before the game, the Indians sent RHP Carlos Carrasco back to Triple-A Columbus. Carrasco (0-4) was recalled Saturday and thumped for six runs and 10 hits in just 3 1-3 innings. ... Miguel Cabrera entered the game with 121 hits, the most by a Tigers player through 86 games since Hall of Famer Al Kaline, who had 128 in 1955. Camo China NFL Jerseys Disocunt Football Jerseys Cheap NFL Gear Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Authentic Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '