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Paige's WWE In-Ring Career is Over

13 January 2018, 04:58 | Myron Mathis

Paige's WWE In-Ring Career is Over

British WWE star Paige may be forced to retire due to injury

PWInsider is reporting Paige is being forced to retire from in-ring performance due to injuries.

WWE Superstar Paige (real name: Saraya-Jade Bevis), 25, is allegedly done being an in-ring performer, following her most recent injury, a new report by PWInsider claims.

It's a situation described as similar to Edge's medical disqualification from competing in the ring.

In case you're unaware, Paige was seriously injured on December 28, when during a match at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, Long Island, she had her back to Sasha Banks.


It was initially believed that Paige had suffered a stinger, but further testing reportedly found that it was worse than initially expected, per Johnson. She was pulled from the ring as a precautionary measure. This is quite sad because this year's PPV is the first time that the women are getting their own Royal Rumble match.

It's being said the company wants to keep her in a non-wrestling role much like Daniel Bryan now is the GM of Smackdown Live. She underwent tests, and after the neck injury and subsequent surgery that left her sidelined for over a year between 2016 and 2017, the decision was made to not clear her. Paige had just returned a few weeks ago, and the WWE was pushing her as part of a new group called "Absolution" with Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville. When Paige came up to the main-roster and defeated AJ Lee for the Divas Championship in 2014, it seemed she had a bright future in the WWE. She would go on to win that title a second time that August. She was featured on reality series Total Divas, so that's a possible vehicle for her, as are WWE Studios feature films.

WWE have yet to release an official statement. Obviously, that will continue as well.



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