Women’s Wrestling Army has hired a renowned coach.
In a tweet on June 29, the promotion announced that it has brought Allison Danger, also known as Cathy Corino, aboard as the official coach. She will host a seminar on July 9 before WWA holds another event. The company will hold shows on July 8-9 from the Logan Square Auditorium in Chicago.
As announced by @SeanRossSapp @allisondanger is the NEW “Coach” for Women’s Wrestling Army!! Her years of experience in @wwe @SHIMMERwomen and around the world will bring another exciting element to WWA!
Coach will be hosting a seminar on Saturday, July 9th!! Before the show! pic.twitter.com/0xpzOhxPSi
— Women's Wrestling Army (@WWrestlingArmy) June 29, 2022
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful first reported the news about Danger’s move to WWE. Danger signed with WWE in 2021, but she was released after a few months in a cost-cutting move. As a wrestler, Danger had a lengthy career; she debuted in 2000 and retired in 2013. Danger worked with Ring of Honor, and she was heavily involved with SHIMMER.
RELATED: Women’s Wrestling Army Announces Chicago Debut, New Weekly Show On Pro Wrestling TV