WWE superstar Paige has reportedly been advised to retire due to injury, according to a report. At only 25 years old, the Norwich, England native had a storied and often rocky life in the world of professional wrestling, but she was a star wherever she went. She finally told WWE because she was starting to make mistakes in the ring and she didn't want to become a danger to others. Fortunately, after a few minutes, Paige walked out on her own. The report claimed Paige was informed that her wrestling career was over this past Monday during Monday Night Raw, but had stayed quiet about it over the next several days.
The early belief was it was just a mild concussion, leading to her losing feeling in her extremities and have the match cancelled. She is well liked by management, so she should be kept on in some capacity behind the scenes.
Although WWE has advertised Paige for the first-ever Women's Royal Rumble match, she will obviously be pulled from the match and replaced.
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. The Divas division, which has since been rebranded as the Women's division, was hardly getting any time to perform on WWE programming such as Raw and Smackdown when Paige made her main roster debut.
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Fan favorites were killed off, questions from the previous movie were left unanswered, and we got a very passive Luke Skywalker . In the most recent film, Luke cuts himself off from the Force, ashamed of the betrayal of Ben Solo .
Paige was considered one of WWE's top women's wrestlers since her days from NXT.
WWE have yet to release an official statement.
Much emphasis had been placed upon her return, especially after Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson announced his production company was making a film based on Paige's route to WWE success.