Allison Danger Revealed As New Coach For Women’s Wrestling Army
Indie start-up promotion Women’s Wrestling Army reveals that Allison Danger will be their new coach. The company makes the announcement on Twitter, confirming reports previously made by Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful last Wednesday. The news comes ahead of the next set of tapings for WWA on July 8th and 9th in Chicago, IL.
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
Allison Danger’s Wrestling Career
All in all, Danger has 22 years of experience under her belt. She begins her career in May 2000, becoming well-known for her time on the roster in Ring of Honor. In addition, she is both a co-owner and roster member in Shimmer.
Danger was forced to retire due to not being medically cleared to compete any longer. However, she expresses her desire to still be involved in the business as a coach. Her coaching experience includes her time in WWE at the Performance Center. Unfortunately, she was released at the end of last year due to budget cuts.
WWA currently airs one-hour shows on Pro Wrestling TV every Wednesday. The shows feature two to three matches per episode and air full-length matches on their official YouTube channel.
The promotion was founded by Maria Kanellis-Bennett and Bobby Cruise. Currently, the roster includes the likes of Tasha Steelz, Trish Adora, The Hex, Taya Valkyrie, Janai Kai, Willow Nightingale, Big Swole, and Holidead.