Former WWE PC Coach Sarah Stock Coming Out Of Retirement

The ex-Performance Center coach will come out of retirement

Former WWE Performance Center coach Sarah Stock has announced that she will be returning to the ring for a few upcoming matches in Mexico. 

Announcing the news in a video on her YouTube channel, Stock noted that the return was not planned and that she will be spending six weeks south of the border in preparation for it. 

"I was in Tennessee last time I talked to you guys and a lot has happened since then. I’ve been traveling, I went all through Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana, through the Gulf Coast and now into Florida. So a lot's gone on, but maybe the most important thing is that I have decided to get back into the ring.

"I made the decision to wrestle again and it kind of came as a surprise, you know? And will I be able to get back to, you know, presentable shape and what I see as good enough? And the answer has been 'yes'. I can and I will".

The 43-year-old Canadian began her career in 2002 and worked extensively for promotions in Mexico and Japan, as well as for Shimmer and TNA (as Sarita) in the United States. 

She was signed to be a trainer and producer by WWE in September of 2015, but was furloughed and then officially released in September 2020 (along with many other WWE employees) due to 'budget cuts' caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

H/T POST Wrestling

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