WWE: Is Sara Del Rey the best female wrestler ever?

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Sara Amato is one for making history, but is she really the best ever female wrestler?

David Prazak, the producer of Illinois based all-women's league Shimmer Women Athletes, certainly thinks so.

Amato has made history by becoming the first female coach at the WWE Performance Center, as she aims to give back her experience to younger generations.

According to Prazak, there is no better female for the job.

“To me, [Sara Amato] is the best American female professional wrestler I've ever seen. And I'm talking about ever — including people who’ve been on national television, who wrestled in any era,” Prazak told WWE.com. “Sara is that good.”

Known in the ring as Sara Del Rey, Amato has carved out an incredible career that continues to this day with the WWE.

Now this doesn't mean you're going to see her on Raw or Smackdown anytime soon.

Even though she did make the Pro Wrestling Illustrated's list of top wrestlers in the world, she is now signed up as a coach for the WWE so she can train up and coming WWE Divas.

Amato explained that training female wrestlers has been something that she feels is the better fit because of what she has to offer them.

“It’s just not the same for men and women to learn, and I thought I’d love to share what I learned along the way with anyone who’s listening,” she said. “It was a very natural fit. It felt like the ultimate dream,” she told WWE.com.

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