Allison Danger hired as WWE Performance Center coach
Another new coach has joined the WWE Performance Center.
In the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer reported that WWE has hired Allison Danger as a Performance Center coach. Kenn Doane (formerly known as Kenny Dykstra in WWE) is also now working as a coach at the Performance Center.
Danger has been influential in helping to shape the women’s wrestling landscape, running Shimmer Women Athletes alongside Dave Prazak. The promotion was founded in 2005.
Danger retired from in-ring competition in 2013. She formerly wrestled for ROH and Shimmer. Danger was supposed to make an appearance at ROH’s Past vs. Present show in March 2020, but the event never happened following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Danger spent time as a guest coach at the WWE Performance Center this May. She also coached at WWE’s SummerSlam week tryouts in Las Vegas this August.
Danger is the sister of WWE coach and producer Steve Corino.
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