WWE News: WWE acknowledges Paige's return
What's the story?
Paige has been working out at the WWE Performance Center recently and she's taken to social media in order to thank fans for all the support. But things just got real when WWE officially acknowledged Paige's possible return to WWE, with a video update.
In case you didn't know?
Paige was WWE's Anti-Diva. She was not only the first-ever NXT Women's Champion but also toppled AJ Lee who was thought to be unbeatable up until that point to capture the WWE Diva's Title on her RAW debut the day after WrestleMania XXX.
She gained a lot of attention for her in-ring ability and her fan base all agreed that the wrestling ring was her house.
But a neck injury took her out of active competition and she's been recovering ever since. There were also a few other unfortunate events along the way but Paige is persevering through it all.
The heart of the matter
As if Paige's social media posts weren't enough of an indication she was headed back to the ring, WWE made it more than official today when they uploaded a video update about the Anti-Diva.
They hyped the fact she was at the WWE Performance Center and featured some tweets from other NXT Stars rooting Paige on. While speculating about their return it remained very positive it could happen soon.
They also brought up how she was drafted to RAW and made no mention of her being a free agent so far. Although that kind of thing could be changed by just having her appear on SmackDown Live after Daniel Bryan announces he just drafted her.
It might only be a matter of time before Paige's entrance music breaks out and a shocked audience lets out a huge pop.
Paige took the WWE Diva's Division by storm when she jumped from NXT. Soon after a new crop of female talent like Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks, and Becky Lynch made their jump as well, she was kind of pushed to the side.
But it looks like Paige is on her way back and if she can remain focused hopefully, she'll be gunning for the top of the roster once again.
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