Allison Danger was brought in as a full-time coach by WWE back in 2021. The sister of Steve Corino was a mainstay on the American independent wrestling scene before packing up for Orlando to help develop talent at the WWE Performance Center. She was released by the company in January.
Since then, Allison and her family have been having trouble making things work. She had to pull her children out of school to make the move to her new job. Now, she feels like WWE left her in the dust.
On a recent appearance on Renee Paquette’s “The Sessions,” Allison Danger talked about her experience. Being released so shortly after uprooting her life was not something she planned for. Her family was split due to the pandemic, and now, without a job, her husband is the breadwinner for two households.
“I feel like I got brought to Florida, and then left to die because now my family is split. We’re struggling through that. I’m still now, five months out, I have nothing to show for it, and I still have no idea what I’m going to do. This has been a rock bottom year.
He (her husband) is in South Carolina. He’s doing his best, but now he’s the breadwinner for two homes. That’s not easy. That’s a lot of pressure. He sees how much he misses his family because they’re away. Now he sees the financial pressure of we’re stuck in a lease, because I had just gotten this place that I’m in. So we’re trapped in the lease. Now he’s the breadwinner, he sees me going through hell, and he can’t do anything. So that can’t be great for him either. So it’s just a rough spot for the whole family. He tries to be positive, but it’s hard. It’s really hard to be positive. But like my brother tells me, ‘What do we believe in? We believe in hope.”
Allison Danger is trying to stay positive through the ordeal. The financial pressure has been a great strain on her family. WWE hired her with the promise of a new life in Florida, but now she’s been left with nothing but headaches.
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