Steve Corino to join the WWE Performance Center coaching team

Jason Powell of ProWrestling.Net is reporting that Steve Corino will be leaving Ring of Honor next month to prepare to become a full-time coach at the WWE Performance Center starting in January 2017.

Corino recently was at the Performance Center as a guest trainer, spending a week there and called the state-of-the-art facility as “wrestling heaven.”

The 43 year old is a 22-year veteran in the wrestling business and was part of ECW between 1998 and 2001 where he won the ECW World Heavyweight title once. He wrestled for Ring of Honor on two different stints, between 2002 and 2006 and then from 2009 onward.

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