WWE has reportedly signed women’s wrestling star Allison Danger as a coach for the WWE Performance Center, per Dave Meltzer in Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Danger worked as a guest coach at the Performance Center back in mid-May, and was brought to the tryouts held in Las Vegas over SummerSlam weekend due to her living in the Vegas area.
Danger’s work during the tryouts apparently led to her securing a full-time gig with the company.
Allison Danger is most notable for her work in SHIMMER, ROH and WSU during her 13 year career. She’s the younger sister of current WWE trainer Steve Corino.
It was also reported earlier this week that WWE had hired former star Kenn Doane to work as a coach in the Performance Center too.
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