AEW has an incredibly-stacked roster made up of former WWE superstars and veterans of the independent circuit. The promotion has a solid women’s division as well. It appears that the promotion has brought in a former WWE trainer to help female performers hone their craft.

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PW Insider is reporting that AEW has hired Sarah Stock (formerly known as Sarita and Dark Angel) as a coach and backstage producer. The outlet reported that Sarah had her first day with the company tonight in Winnipeg. Tony Khan introducer her before the crowd during Rampage taping tonight.

Sarah Stock joins Serena Deeb and Madison Rayne as the official female coaches in AEW. Sarah’s no stranger to the world of professional wrestling and honed her craft traveling across the globe. Her stint with WWE began after she was invited as a guest coach in 2015.

She would eventually sign up as a developmental trainer in September 2015. Unfortunately, her run came to an end after she was furloughed on April 15, 2020. WWE released her from her contract on September 10, 2020.

Sarah Stock’s start of AEW journey coincides with the arrival of Taya Valkyrie in AEW. Taya made her AEW debut in dramatic fashion by confronting TBS Champion Jade Cargill on the latest episode of Dynamite. You can read more on that here.

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Manik Aftab

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