Wrestling By The Numbers: Cathy ‘Allison Danger’ Corino
May 19, 2013 - by staff
Veteran wrestler and current Shimmer Women Athletes booker Cathy ‘Allison Danger’ Corino has announced her retirement from professional wrestling. The 36-year-old Winnipeg Manitoba native competed in her final match on April 14th teaming with Leva Bates defeating Ayako Hamada and Cheerleader Melissa in a match featured on Shimmer Women Athletes Volume 57. Corino revealed following her retirement she was ending her in-ring career after suffering a stroke the following January. She was advised by doctors they had found lesions on her brain, a condition not believed to be life threatening but this discover lead to her decision to retire.
Cathy Corino started her 13-year in-ring professional career back in May of 2000 after having been trained by her real life brother Steve Corino, Mike Kehner, C.M. Punk, Rapid Fire Maldonado and trainers at the Chakira Wrestling Factory. In the early stages of her career she managed and competed for numerous independent organizations including the Independent Wrestling Federation, Jersey All-Pro Wrestling, IWA Mid-South and others. In addition to her work for independent companies throughout North America she also toured both Japan and Europe.
Allison Danger’s greatest success came competing for both Ring Of Honor Wrestling and Shimmer Women Athletes. In Ring Of Honor, Danger debuted in 2002 as the manager of of The Christopher Street Connection. She performed for the organization over the next 5-years as the manager of The Prophecy and feuding with Daizee Haze. She returned briefly in 2009 in a match against Sara Del Ray. Danger has been a major part of the Chicago-based Shimmer Women Athletes organization since making her first appearance back in 2007. In addition to being an in-ring competitor she is also the current co-booker of the organization with Dave Prazak and has been a color commentator for DVD releases.
Below we look at the professional wrestling career of Cathy ‘Allison Danger’ Corino by the numbers…
Ring Of Honor Wrestling:
* 16 Matches ( 4th Most All-Time ) on ROH Home Video Releases. (First Match: 2002 Glory By Honor With Buff E. & Mace Mendoza Vs Joey Matthews, Christian York & Alexis Laree Last Match: 2007 Battle Of St. Paul Vs Sara Del Ray Vs Lacey & Rain)