Madison Rayne retired from the pro wrestling world after Impact Wrestling’s Hard To Kill back in 2021. She is also a true veteran who has more than a decade of experience in the industry. She also has lofty goals in AEW.
As previously reported, Madison Rayne was hired by AEW as women’s coach to help bolster the weak division. Many fans were glad about this decision simply because of the wealth of knowledge she possesses.
While speaking on Busted Open Radio, Madison Rayne revealed that she wants to help AEW talent with their promos as well as character work.
“As I’ve thought about, what does the term ‘coach’ mean and what can I do to elevate this already incredibly talented group of women at AEW, my hope is that, I hear a lot of people say, ‘promo work or mic work is such a pain point’ or there is so much they still want to learn to cultivate within themselves or their character and that is my hope.
I feel throughout my career, that was one of my strong suits, being able to dive into this character and have fun with it. If I can help other women, or any talent, feel more comfortable holding a microphone and getting the words out and hiding the fact that we’re shaking holding the microphone, if we can be the duck on top of the water who is calm, cool, and collected, even if our feet are [paddling] under the water.
That’s one of the big things that is at the top of my priority list in terms of being able to help because I feel it’s maybe one of the stronger points in my career,
Rayne defeated Leila Grey on AEW Rampage and is set to challenge Jade Cargill for the AEW TBS Championship on AEW Dynamite Quake by the Lake. We’ll have to see how she will fare in the match.
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