Former WWE PC coach Sarah Stock returning to the ring

After being retired from in-ring competition since 2015, Sarah Stock is making her return to the ring in Mexico

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Sarah Stock is slated to make her in-ring return in Mexico.

From 2015-2020, Sarah Stock was a coach at the WWE Performance Center. She was furloughed by WWE in April 2020 and released in September of that year. Before joining WWE as a coach, Stock had 13 years of in-ring experience and she competed all over Mexico for AAA, CMLL and various independent groups. She also spent time in TNA.

Stock is set to make her return to in-ring competition and she announced the news on her YouTube channel. Her first three matches back are taking place in Mexico. She added that this return was not planned. Stock is going to spend six weeks in Mexico in preparation for her return.

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.

Stock wrapped up her first go-around in the ring with STARDOM in Japan. She teamed with Mayu Iwantani to take on KAIRI and Chelsea Diamond. In her final match, she challenged Io Shirai for the Wonder of STARDOM Championship.

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