Paige has come back on WWE TV following Wrestlemania 35 playing the role of a manager on Smackdown. Well, we can say it a demotion from her early role of being a general manager of the show. But she would not mind managing a bright team of Asuka and Kairi Sane. As for the fans, they always love to see the ‘anti-Diva’ who’s having a huge fan following.
However, WWE can’t be a permanent solution for her considering that she had to announcement retirement due to a neck concussion. So she has a backup plan for her future which may come as a shocker to most of the fans. Apparently, Paige wants to do more of movies following the debut project with The Rock which became successful.
WWE Universe is well aware of the fact that Paige herself was not part of the movie we are talking about. It was her life on which the storyline was based. But the film named Fighting with my Family, which is her real-life story received critical acclamation. Furthermore, her experience from Total Divas over the years might help her to become a popular face in Hollywood projects.
TMZ recently had a sitdown with the former Divas Champion who weighed on a number of topics including her own future. She obviously can’t be part of in-ring competitions and hence declared an alternate option about her career. Alongside this, she also has a pending work of removing tattoos from her knuckles. Check out her quotes, (H/T WrestlingInc)
“I want to go into movies and stuff like that, obviously I can’t do the wrestling side of things anymore. Yeah, I hope so. Do that, get tattoo removal, I’ve got ‘s—‘ on my hands, have to get rid of that. That’s one of the top things on the list. I feel like I should cover it up though. I’m 26 years old, having ‘s—‘ tattooed on my hand is not the best idea.”
It’s good to see Paige talking with proper logic and thinking in a practical way which was not the case a couple of years ago. Back then the 23-year-old girl was taking decisions one after another those were neither the best for her career nor life.
This version of Paige is quite mature as seen on the last edition of Total Divas and hopefully, she remains the same way to have a bright future. TMZ also asked her about Ronda Rousey. Unlike others of the WWE Universe, the former Smackdown GM had a ton of praise for Ronda,
“Take some time off, sis, go. Time is good, I had a lot of time off and it felt great. Yeah, she’s done a great job. She did her time in WWE and she killed it. Main-evented WrestleMania, and now she wants to, you know, get up the duff [get pregnant]. Go do it, sis! Go do your thing.”