Paige Discusses Her Neck and Pro Wrestling Future 

Saraya, previously known as Paige in WWE, lately left the company after more than a decade of service. Saraya was unable to wrestle for all ten years, but she has only competed in seven matches since July 2016, with her last coming in December 2017, after which she was forced to retire due to a neck injury.

However, earlier retired stars such as Edge and Bryan Danielson have returned to in-ring action in recent years, and the issue of whether Saraya would ever be capable of returning to wrestling has been on the minds of her fans for a long period of time. Saraya appears to have considered it as well. My neck is great, I’m having so many problems with it, and it’s looking very good, but Saraya stated I still need more time.

WWE’s Live Holiday Tour

I think, I’ve been out of the ring for nearly five years, and it goes by so quickly. ‘How?’ I wonder. But, yes, I can see myself in circle one day, and it would have to be something really special and for a big moment, such as WrestleMania. Saraya last competed live on December 27th, 2017 as component of WWE’s Live Holiday Tour, pairing with fellow Absolution participants Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville to face Bayley, Mickie James, as well as Sasha Banks.

Sadly, the match did not go as planned, as Saraya was injured after taking a move from Banks, and it was ruled a no contest. Saraya announced her retirement from professional wrestling on the WWE Raw following WrestleMania 34 in 2018. However, this would not be the last time fans saw her on screen, as she ended up working in various roles for the company. A few of those positions included correspondent for WWE’s Backstage show on FS1, manager for Kairi Sane and Asuka, a Kabuki Warriors tag team, and General Manager of WWE SmackDown.

Saraya’s agreement

Saraya’s agreement with WWE ended in early July, enabling her to pursue any business ventures she wishes. Earlier in the meeting, Saraya disclosed her future plans after her WWE career. Saraya stated, “If I’m being honest, I don’t really want to do too much wrestling stuff right away.” I would just like to start branching out to opportunities available, you know, and I’m excited about it.

Of course, I’ll be doing some signings because I’ll never neglect my wrestling fans. I desire to explore the whole new world, which I didn’t get to experience in WWE, she added. The only point that would irritate me about them is to have all this moment off and then saying, Well, can I do so? When you get a No, you’re left thinking, Well, I’m just waiting here, I’d really like to be doing something.

Saraya had a lot of success in WWE because she is one of the youngest champions in WWE history, having won the first-ever NXT Women’s Championship at the age of 20 in 2013. She also did win the Divas Championship twice and is officially undefeated at WrestleMania with a 1-0 record (2-0 if you count the pre-show).


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.