In a surprising turn of events, a former WWE wrestler, who previously had a tumultuous tenure with the company, has returned to the prestigious WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. According to reliable sources at PWInsider, Allison Danger was recently spotted at the WWE Performance Center, fueling speculation that she has been brought in as a guest coach.
Danger has garnered a reputation as one of the most influential women behind the scenes in the wrestling industry in recent years. Before this development, she had a previous stint at the Performance Center working for WWE.
Unfortunately, her time with the company was cut short, as she was unexpectedly released just a few weeks after relocating her family across the country to pursue her career in Orlando. Her departure coincided with the leaves of other notable figures, such as William Regal and Road Dogg, in early 2022.
It was widely believed that this wave of releases was connected to the changes occurring within NXT and the company's reorganization under Triple H's leadership following Vince McMahon's brief retirement.
Family Ties to WWE
It is worth mentioning that Allison Danger has a close family connection to the WWE and the Performance Center.
She is the sister of Steve Corino, a current coach at the WWE Performance Center, and the aunt of independent wrestling sensation Colby Corino. Unfortunately, Colby's employment prospects with WWE seemed to be thwarted before they could even take off.
While details about Allison Danger's return and her specific role at the Performance Center remain undisclosed, her presence once again within the WWE fold has certainly raised eyebrows. Wrestling enthusiasts and industry insiders eagerly await any official announcement or statement shedding light on this surprising development.
As the WWE continues to evolve and adapt to the ever-changing landscape of professional wrestling, the return of a familiar face like Allison Danger may signify a renewed focus on cultivating talent and nurturing the next generation of wrestling superstars.