However, Sean Ross Sapp is now reporting that Sarah Stock has officially been released from the company. Stock was one of the employees who was furloughed by WWE back in April when the company released a large portion of its wrestlers.
Unfortunately, we've learned that Sarah Stock is among the names involved in the WWE cutbacks.
— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) September 10, 2020
Stock may not be a name familiar to all wrestling fans. She was signed by WWE to be a trainer and producer back in 2015.
Stock is credited with having a lot of impact on the women’s division in NXT and helping the black and gold brand earn a reputation for having one of, if not the best women’s divisions in all of wrestling.
Many are already speculating that Stock would be a great signing for AEW because of her ability to help wrestlers improve. AEW Women’s division has faced a lot of criticism and having someone experienced like Stock would certainly help the division.
Whatever the case, we would like to wish Sarah Stock the best as she moves into this next stage of her career.