WWE Superstar Reportedly Told To Retire At 25

WWE Superstar Reportedly Told To Retire At 25

Major WWE news broke on Friday afternoon, as PWInsider confirmed that former WWE Divas Champion Paige was being forced to retire from her in-ring career. She and El Patron were also involved in a high-profile incident at airport that led police to consider domestic violence charges against both wrestlers.

If this is the end of her in-ring career at only 25, she'll retire as a two-time WWE Divas Champion, NXT Champion, and also held titles in WAWW, SCW, RQW, RDW, Pro-Wrestling: EVE, PWF, HEW and GSW.

Fighting With My Family is inspired by Channel 4's 2012 documentary on Paige and her family, whichThe Rock stumbled across the documentary while filming Fast & Furious 6 in London.

It was believed that she had just suffered a stinger, but after she started losing feeling in her extremities, WWE chose to do more testing which ultimately led to the decision to pull her from in-ring action. However, due to these circumstances, it appears she has no chance of getting back into the match. Paige was supposed to perform at the first-ever Women's Royal Rumble match on January 28, but that obviously won't be happening anymore.

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It's being said the company wants to keep her in a non-wrestling role much like Daniel Bryan now is the GM of Smackdown Live.

Paige first injured her neck in 2016, not wrestling a match for 14 months after undergoing surgery in September that year.

Per Johnson, Paige's situation is similar to that of WWE Hall of Famer Edge, who retired in 2011 after suffering multiple neck injuries. Despite making her return to WWE two months ago, she may never be medically cleared by WWE in the near future.

WWE have yet to release an official statement. Obviously, that will continue as well.

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