WWE has a packed Performance Center, and you never know who will show up next. It seems that they had a surprising guest coach this week.

WWE will sometimes former wrestlers to the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, to serve as guest coaches for developmental talent. These guest coaches provide guidance in various aspects, such as improving promos or in-ring skills. In certain cases, these temporary roles can lead to permanent opportunities within the company.

According to PW Insider, Allison Danger was recently seen at the WWE Performance Center. It is believed that she was working as a guest coach based on accounts from individuals present at the training facility.

Having initially entered the wrestling business as a manager in the 2000s, Alison Danger went on to wrestle for ROH and co-create SHIMMER, which was the first all-female wrestling promotion in the United States. She also raked up a few fans in the process.


Alison Danger is the sister of Steve Corino, who is a coach at the Performance Center. She is also the aunt of Colby Corino, who has been involved with NWA and had discussions with WWE in the past. However, talks between Colby and WWE fell through due to a reported freeze on hiring within the company.

Alison Danger is regarded as a trailblazer in women’s wrestling and has significantly influenced the style that fans now commonly observe. Given her impact in the industry, WWE was enthusiastic about hiring her when she joined the promotion in October 2021. Unfortunately, she was released from her position at the Performance Center, along with several others in NXT, in January 2022.

We will have to see if this translates into a longer term job for Alison Danger. She could offer a lot to the NXT brand, even in a coaching role once again.

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