Paige Drops Triple H Bombshell After WWE Departure
The pro wrestling world is a dangerous business as pro wrestlers put their bodies on the line every week to entertain their fans. Their bodies go through a lot of wear and tear over the years and it is no shock if a pro wrestler gets injured at any moment during a match. This happened to several WWE Superstars as well, many of whom had to end their careers permanently. Paige also leaked a mugshot photo to WWE fans earlier in the year.
Earlier this year, Paige took to social media and shared that come July 7th, she became officially be a free agent as her time with WWE ended The World Association of Wrestling promotion announced that Paige is scheduled to appear at their October 15th show in Paige’s hometown of Norwich. Paige last appeared for WAW in 2011. She was in action in November of that year and teamed with her mother to take on Allison Danger and Alex Windsor.
Former WWE Star Paige debuted on AEW Dynamite last week, where she came out as her real name of Saraya to a huge pop from the crowd.
On this week’s Dynamite, Saraya attacked WWE. Saraya took to Twitter and in a now-deleted tweet, defended her decision to attack WWE.
I say how my current boss listens to me and all of sudden it’s “So hAtE yOu WwE”. No I don’t. I loved my time there. I appreciate the time and the opportunities I was given. Especially in my NXT days with Triple H. I’m happy now in AEW though. Tribalism in IWC is so bizarre to me— SARAYA (@Saraya) September 30, 2022
Saraya admits that she was a bit off during her first promo, in which she put over Toni Storm.
On a good note, I’m so proud of the women yesterday. Not only did they get more than five minutes to have a match, it was the first ever Lumberjack Match, a woman on commentary, and a good portion of the roster being showcased,” she said, before adding, “That’s a win (even if I was a little rusty).” on Twitter