Allison Danger Teases Limited In-Ring Return

Allison Danger & Dave Taylor at WWE PC

Recently released wrestler turned trainer Allison Danger posted on social media about her post-WWE future. On Friday, Danger shared in a series of tweets that in a week her non-compete will be up and she will become a free agent and would like to have a short one-off return to the ring. She also laid out a challenge to face Nixon Newell, the former Tegan Nox, and fellow WWE alumni from the recent revolving door of cuts. 

Allison Danger joined the WWE Performance Center as a full-time coach in October 2021 following a guest coaching spot back in May of that year. Sadly she was released with a slew of others in early January 2022. Debuting in May of 2000, Danger’s last match was in April of 2013 at SHIMMER Volume 57. She was forced to retire due to health issues, though she continued to be around the wrestling world as a trainer and commentator. 

In her 13-year career, she competed across her home country of Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan. A cornerstone for SHIMMER as a wrestler, producer, and promoter, she was also part of Ring of Honor in an era where women were not prominent in the company. Danger is credited with helping to bring mainstream attention to many women in today’s wrestling world including WWE Superstar Becky Lynch. Fans as a whole look forward to the return of this women’s wrestling legend.

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