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    BREAKING NEWS: Paige DONE as a WWE competitor

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    Beat me to it.

    What a shame. She’s so young still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by God Of Gaming View Post
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    Another safe match wrestled by The Botch

    We need a Nomination for Safest Worker in the Roster so Sasha can win something. Because Championships are surely not in her foreseeable future

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    2016 into 2017 was one issue after another for WWE star Paige. 2017 into 2018 was supposed to be her major comeback to WWE, her redemption. Inside the ring, sadly, that will not be the case.

    In a situation described as similar to WWE Hall of Famer Adam "Edge" Copeland's medical disqualification from the ring, WWE star Paige (Saraya-Jade Bevis, 25 years old) was informed this week that she will not be cleared to return to the ring after her most recent in-ring injury, PWInsider.com has confirmed with multiple sources. It is believed Paige was given the news at the Raw taping this past Monday. We have been told by multiple sources she is "done" as an in-ring wrestler.

    During a six woman tag team bout on 12/28/17 at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, Long Island, Paige had her back to Sasha Banks, who was behind her against the turnbuckles. Banks used the ropes to pull herself up and kicked with both legs into Paige's back. Paige, obviously not ready for the bump, went down. She tried to get up but could not get her legs under her, finally did get up and turned to grab Banks, immediately falling down again and rolling over to her back, where she stayed. The referee checked on her and called for the bell. She was examined by WWE medical personnel and a stretcher was brought to ringside to transport her back to the locker room. After several minutes, Paige walked out under her own power.

    It was believed at the time that Paige had suffered a stinger, leading to her losing feeling in her extremities. Given her previous neck surgery, WWE pulled her from the ring and set up further testing that led to this week's decision.

    Paige had been announced for the first-ever Women's Royal Rumble match on 1/28 in Philadelphia after she was injured, but we are told that was before medical testing led to the determination that she was to be pulled from performing as an in-ring competitor. She will be replaced in the match and all signs are that she will relegated to a non-physical role for the company going forward. One would assume the company will devise a way to write her out of the Rumble match without any physicality, similar to how Daniel Bryan is not allowed to be involved in anything physical in his current role as Smackdown General Manager.

    Paige's injury came, as most injuries do, at the worst possible time.

    2016 into 2017 was an explosive year for Paige that saw her undergo neck surgery, be hit with a pair of WWE Wellness Policy suspensions, undergo the embarrassment of personal and explicit videos being leaked and of course, her public and tumultuous relationship with Alberto el Patron. There were a number of incidents that played out in the public eye involving the couple, included a July 2017 scene at the Orlando International Airport that was so bad, local authorities got involved, later determining not only that Paige was the aggressor in the situation but that there was enough evidence to prosecute her for domestic violence battery. In the end, the District Attorney's office opted not to move forward with the prosecution.

    By the latter part of the year, however, Paige was cleared medically and was finally back in the ring, spending time at the WWE Performance Center in order to prepare for a television return. She was brought back with great fanfare during a great Raw segment last year, helping to introduce NXT talents Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville to the main roster as part of the Absolution faction. The strategy behind putting the group together may have been to devise a way to limit Paige's ring time due to her previous neck issues, while also getting her back on TV in a prominent role. Almost immediately, the trio was clicking, feuding with Sasha Banks, Bayley and Mickie James. Paige was right back where she should have been.

    Then, the injury happened.

    The irony of the situation, a number of sources have pointed out, is that no one would think there was anything physically wrong by looking at Paige, making it even more unthinkable that she, at 25, is being removed from WWE competition.

    A second generation star from Norwich, England who broke into the business at just 13 years of age, Paige's signing to WWE developmental was instrumental in leading to the current incarnation of the WWE women's division. She was one of the first breakout stars of the WWE NXT brand as it evolved from just being a developmental territory. NXT's Women's division, unlike the WWE main roster at the time, specifically focused on the athletic in-ring abilities of the female talents and built stories, title matches and rivalries no different than NXT's male counterparts.

    As more and more talents migrated from NXT to arrive on WWE's main roster, the women's division there also evolved, becoming far more performance-based as the division became a more popular and important piece of WWE's product, Paige was not only a major part of moving the division forward, she was the first sign of that the tides were changing.

    Paige, the first NXT Women's champion, was moved to the main roster as a surprise the day after Wrestlemania 30 in New Orleans, shockingly defeating AJ Lee to become the WWE Divas champion. In doing so, Paige became the first and only woman to hold the belts simultaneously. With her Divas championship win, she was also the youngest woman to hold the belt at 21 years of age. She would hold the Divas championship twice.

    While Paige will not be allowed to wrestle going forward by the company, we are told that she is extremely well liked by management, so one would think she would remain with the company in some capacity. She was featured on reality series Total Divas, so that's a possible vehicle for her, as are WWE Studios feature films. It's also possible the company could tap her to Coach in the NXT system or attempt to transition her into another on camera role.

    Of course, The Rock is producing WWE Studios' forthcoming film "Fighting With My Family", which will be released theatrically September 14th. The company will obviously utilize Paige to promote the film, which based on a British documentary made about Paige's family, The Knights, who have been wrestling and promoting the World Association of Wrestling (WAW) promotion in Great Britain for years. One of the lead characters, named Raya (short for Saraya, Paige's given name) is played by actress Florence Pugh and is the central character of the film as it follows a fictionalized version of Paige's path to World Wrestling Entertainment, right down to a major scene where they recreate the night she debuted on Raw and captured the Divas championship.

    The importance of her connection to the film alone should allow Paige to continue to be showcased in some fashion until the film hits theaters.

    Outside of WWE, Paige had been attempting to build a separate brand for herself under the name "Saraya" with the assistance of former WWE star Rosa Mendes and her husband. Obviously, that will continue as well.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Heel View Post
    Another safe match wrestled by The Botch
    Honestly I would think this ties into Paige prior neck injury. All Sasha did was kick Paige in the back, even if it may of been a little stiff I don't think the blame can go on Sasha there. If that ended Paige career then Paige was merely 1 hard bump away from retirement regardless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinlynch3 View Post
    Honestly I would think this ties into Paige prior neck injury. All Sasha did was kick Paige in the back, even if it may of been a little stiff I don't think the blame can go on Sasha there. If that ended Paige career then Paige was merely 1 hard bump away from retirement regardless.
    And all Golberg did was kick Bret Hart in the face

    Considering Sasha's well known history of being unnecessarily stiff to her opponents since she started down on NXT, considering Paige was not made aware of the bump, and considering Paige's known back injuries and being Sasha's responsability to protect her, I put the full blame on The Botch

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinlynch3 View Post
    Honestly I would think this ties into Paige prior neck injury. All Sasha did was kick Paige in the back, even if it may of been a little stiff I don't think the blame can go on Sasha there. If that ended Paige career then Paige was merely 1 hard bump away from retirement regardless.
    I pretty much agree here, although I do think Sasha can be a bit reckless at times. After hearing Lance Storm talk about it, I think he’s right in the fact that she came back too soon and is just far too injured. Plus that spot was a dumb spot for Paige to take anyway. If you’re not expecting it, and not really in control why would they even do that when she was going through the neck issues?

    Quote Originally Posted by Top Heel View Post
    And all Golberg did was kick Bret Hart in the face

    Considering Sasha's well known history of being unnecessarily stiff to her opponents since she started down on NXT, considering Paige was not made aware of the bump, and considering Paige's known back injuries and being Sasha's responsability to protect her, I put the full blame on The Botch
    I don’t get where you can positively say that. It looks like a planned spot to me, unless you read or saw something I didn’t. I think the problem was the spot itself, in that she really couldn’t know exactly when to brace herself. I think the kick was slightly stiff, but I can’t put all the blame on Sasha here. If it was a planned spot, then they both agreed to it and called it in the ring...

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    This is so heartbreaking. I hope it isn't true. If it is then hopefully they'll keep her in some capacity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChickfromWestHigh View Post
    This is so heartbreaking. I hope it isn't true. If it is then hopefully they'll keep her in some capacity.
    Well if Bryan retires this year (he does want to wrestle again and it seems like he's willing leave WWE and go back the indies if he has to), then they can always move Paige over to SD and have her take over the role of GM.
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    Wow. Just as she was making her comeback. Another reason for me to dislike Sasha Banks.

    Maybe Paige can still be involved in the Absolution angle, but as a manager-type thing. But who will take her place as a competitor. Will they call up someone else from NXT? Or will one of their opponents defect?
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    Manager, fine. GM, however, I don’t like the idea of.
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    This is shocking. It's a damn shame this has happened to someone so young and so talented. I hope Paige is kept around as a manager though, her as a general manager would be interesting as well if that was done.

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    Also thanks for relaying the news Top Heel.
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    So sad when someone has to retire so young but health should always take top priority.

    Despite it being an accident I feel like Sasha's gonna have tons of heat on her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBMF1001 View Post
    So sad when someone has to retire so young but health should always take top priority.

    Despite it being an accident I feel like Sasha's gonna have tons of heat on her.
    A lot of people on Reddit are blaming this on Sasha, while some are refusing to believe this until WWE or Paige herself confirm it.

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    She posted on IG six hours ago saying "The comeback is always stronger than the setback ❤️ @wwe"......so maybe this isn't true. Please lawd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChickfromWestHigh View Post
    She posted on IG six hours ago saying "The comeback is always stronger than the setback ❤️ @wwe"......so maybe this isn't true. Please lawd.
    Here's hoping for the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinlynch3 View Post
    Here's hoping for the best.
    Agreed. I'm hoping for the best as well.

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    Allegedly stiffing Alexa Bliss on purpose, and now ending Paige's WWE in ring career. Sasha sounds like such a wonderful person to be in the ring with.

    Anyhow, the way its being reported it sounds like it may be another Bryan situation in which she'll have to ask for her release or wait for her contract to expire if she wants to keep working in the ring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Sherminator2 View Post
    Allegedly stiffing Alexa Bliss on purpose, and now ending Paige's WWE in ring career. Sasha sounds like such a wonderful person to be in the ring with.
    She's also reportedly rude to fans who approach her in public.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thecarolinabull View Post
    She's also reportedly rude to fans who approach her in public.
    And people disagree with me when I say Sasha needs to turn heel again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Heel View Post
    And all Golberg did was kick Bret Hart in the face

    Considering Sasha's well known history of being unnecessarily stiff to her opponents since she started down on NXT, considering Paige was not made aware of the bump, and considering Paige's known back injuries and being Sasha's responsability to protect her, I put the full blame on The Botch
    Yea but a kick to the back isn't like a kick to the head, your not getting concussions from a back strike if a stiff shot hits.

    I mean even if Sasha was stiff, I can't see anyway this should of ended Paige career if she was really healthy. If one stiff shot was all it took then anything was about to end Paige career. Being whipped into the corner, taking a back bump (especially from height), the first thing that was going to give Paige any type of hard impact I imagine was going to cause this.

    While it may be true Sasha should of been more gentle and took care of Paige, I kinda get the feel if Paige was still in this delicate of a state then WWE should of never cleared her to begin with. So I say it's more fair putting blame on both Sasha and WWE Medical, not solely Sasha alone.
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    Imagine what Paige is going through...Wow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by God Of Gaming View Post
    And people disagree with me when I say Sasha needs to turn heel again.
    For some reason people like her and would refuse to boo if they turned her heel again.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sameerhaq View Post
    Imagine what Paige is going through...Wow.
    I know what you mean. This makes two of my favorites thus far that have been forced out of the ring due to these neck injuries. And Paige is so much younger than Sting.

    Guess the days of guys wrestling until their forties, fifties and beyond are coming to an end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thecarolinabull View Post
    Guess the days of guys wrestling until their forties, fifties and beyond are coming to an end.
    You want everyone to wind up like ‘Taker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by God Of Gaming View Post
    You want everyone to wind up like ‘Taker?
    I never said that it was a bad thing, did I? After what happened to Sting, I'm all for guys retiring earlier. That and I don't think I can tolerate these guys that long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thecarolinabull View Post
    I never said that it was a bad thing, did I? After what happened to Sting, I'm all for guys retiring earlier. That and I don't think I can tolerate these guys that long.
    It pains me to watch Triple H try to hit a Pedigree these days. The first one at Survivor Series was shocking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by God Of Gaming View Post




    It pains me to watch Triple H try to hit a Pedigree these days. The first one at Survivor Series was shocking.
    Ah that's the move. I thought it was one of those moves where Paige was in a seated position on the mat and Sasha would kick her across the back. Instead it was mule kick out of the corner.
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    Couldn’t Sasha have just waited for Paige to turn around, like in most matches?
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    Quote Originally Posted by God Of Gaming View Post
    Couldn’t Sasha have just waited for Paige to turn around, like in most matches?
    The planned spot was probably a kick to the back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by God Of Gaming View Post
    Couldn’t Sasha have just waited for Paige to turn around, like in most matches?
    Thats what I was thinking, but the same thing could've and probably would've happened anyway.

    It's sad that she has to retire if indeed she does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WWEfan57 View Post
    The planned spot was probably a kick to the back.
    You would think that the back would be the one spot they’d protect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by God Of Gaming View Post
    You would think that the back would be the one spot they’d protect.
    A lot of people are saying that and some think the kick was stiff, it does look that way, at least to me and people are sharing a hashtag fireSashaBanks over this online.

    Here's an article on people blaming Sasha Banks for what happened.

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    You can blame WWE in this situation, if people wanna play the blame game. Paige shouldn’t have had to take that bump in the first place, or at least this soon in her comeback. Even if it was another superstar who kicked her instead of Sasha, result could have been the same. Everyone is feeling sorry for Paige, I certainly am. But imagine how Sasha must be feeling as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azzim014 View Post
    You can blame WWE in this situation, if people wanna play the blame game. Paige shouldn’t have had to take that bump in the first place, or at least this soon in her comeback. Even if it was another superstar who kicked her instead of Sasha, result could have been the same. Everyone is feeling sorry for Paige, I certainly am. But imagine how Sasha must be feeling as well?
    I said it earlier, but I still think if that's all it took to re-injure or possibly retire Paige, then she shouldn't even have been back in the ring to start with. Like I said, any slightly hard bump to the back was going to do this to her. I also agree extra care should of been taken by Sasha and any opponent, but Paige shouldn't have been back yet either.
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    I imagine a Bank Statement would’ve messed her up as well. Which begs the question as to why Absolution ended up on Raw and not SD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by God Of Gaming View Post
    I imagine a Bank Statement would’ve messed her up as well. Which begs the question as to why Absolution ended up on Raw and not SD.
    Good point, everyone on SD has finishers that's safer for Paige to take. Becky with a armbar, Charlotte with figure 8 leglock, Naomi with rare view, Natalya with the discus clothline. On SD Paige at most has to simply fall back from a standing position.

    Would of been better then taking a Bank Statement, Bayley to Belly, Asuka Lock, or other such moves on RAW.

    Now I'm curious about this myself. lol
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    The first women's Royal Rumble has had terrible luck since they decided to do it.

    First they had the controversial announcement in which everyone broke character live on TV and Stephanie had to instruct the crowd to do a "Yes!" chant. Then Dave Meltzer leaked that Kairi Sane is on the self with injuries ruling her out as a surprise entrant. And now Paige is out due to forced retirement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Sherminator2 View Post
    The first women's Royal Rumble has had terrible luck since they decided to do it.

    First they had the controversial announcement in which everyone broke character live on TV and Stephanie had to instruct the crowd to do a "Yes!" chant. Then Dave Meltzer leaked that Kairi Sane is on the self with injuries ruling her out as a surprise entrant. And now Paige is out due to forced retirement.
    Well the breaking character was WWE's own stupid fault, since they didn't tell the superstars about Stephanie's announcement. So all the superstars reactions was genuine.

    Also has WWE issued a official statement yet or are we still going by the dirtsheet? It's presumed retirement until WWE themselves says anything, especially since I think Paige herself tweeted about returning (though that's not confirmation of anything)
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinlynch3 View Post
    Well the breaking character was WWE's own stupid fault, since they didn't tell the superstars about Stephanie's announcement. So all the superstars reactions was genuine.

    Also has WWE issued a official statement yet or are we still going by the dirtsheet? It's presumed retirement until WWE themselves says anything, especially since I think Paige herself tweeted about returning (though that's not confirmation of anything)
    Nope. Either they're waiting till Monday like they did Daniel Bryan or Paige doesn't want the announcement going out till she see's other doctors to get a second opinion.
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