The WWE is trying its best to produce fantastic wrestlers through its Performance Center. Gone are the days where WWE used to rely on talented wrestlers and how well they did in the tryouts. Now, the WWE develops wrestlers and its creative team handles them.
They can deliver a better product that way. Guest trainers are usually some of the best wrestlers of the world or legendary professional wrestling coaches. They work outside of the WWE and never enter a WWE ring unless they are asked to.
The WWE invites guest trainers to the WWE Performance Center. Squared Circle Sirens states that Meiko Satomura will be a guest trainer at the Performance Center which is in Orlando, Florida. Meiko started her career at Gaea Japan.
She was only 15 years old at that time. Throughout her career, she has wrestled for various promotions. She wrestled for the WCW, Chikara and the Fight Club Pro. She fought NXT UK Champion Pete Dunne at Fight Club Pro. She is also the co-founder of the Sendai Girls Pro Wrestling.
The other co-founder is Jinsei Shinzaki. Satomura was present during the 2018 Mae Young Classic Tournament. She managed to beat Killer Kelly, Mercedes Martine and Lacey Lane. Toni Storm defeated her in the semi-finals. This is what the Squared Circle Sirens Twitter account read: “Meiko Satomura Guest Training At The WWE Performance Center”