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WWE adds new female coach and two developmental talent to the Performance Center

The WWE Performance Center will welcome some new additions this month as PWInsider.com is reporting that Biff Busick, the former CZW champion, and Athena Reese, who wrestled for SHIMMER, have both been signed WWE developmental deals. Also, Sarah Stock who had a career with CMLL and TNA, is now a full time coach at the premises.

Busick is a 29 year old from Boston who has been wrestling since 2007. He worked for Combat Zone Wrestling, Evolve, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, and other independents in the United Kingdom.

Reese is a 27 year old African American wrestler from Texas who also made her debut in 2007. She started wrestling for SHIMMER in September 2010 and also worked for Shine Wrestling and Women Superstars Uncensored. Her finishing move, the O-Face, is a spectacular top rope diving Stunner.

Sarah Stock will join Sara D’Amato as the other female trainer at the Performance Center. The Canadian Stock is 35 years old and has been wrestling since 2002. She wrestled as Dark Angel during her CMLL days as well as Sarita when working for TNA Wrestling between 2009 and 2013. She won the TNA Kockout Tag Team titles twice during her career there, once with Taylor Wilde and once with Rosita.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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