Paige has been a bright talent present in the WWE for the past few years. She always proved to be path-breaker who does not follow any rules previously set. This gave her the upper hand while making popularity amongst the fans.
WWE also treated her in the exact same way by making her the youngest Divas Champion of the world.
But that was a long time ago since a lot happened in the past that made her a past in-ring competitor in the WWE. Paige is now considered to be retired from in-ring competition.
Unfortunately, this happened after she got injured following a kick from Sasha Banks at a live event back in December 2017. Her neck condition is not good, at all which is why WWE doctors are not likely to give her the permission to wrestle, ever again.
Paige is trying luck in the other ventures like opening a clothing line under her name alongside doing the managerial roles for the group Absolution on WWE Raw.
Meanwhile, she has noticed a lot of negative comments on her body and decided to hit back the haters with a strong message.
Apparently, some of the fans do believe that she has grown in shape and this might do something to her role which is of a non-wrestling. So, ‘she got fat’ or ‘Paige got big’ are the usual reactions that she used to get nowadays.
So, on her social media account, she summed up an open letter to shut them up for good. These were her strong words that might give courage to other women, as well,
“I’m just shoving a middle finger up in the air to body shamers. Being in the public eye can be hard when people out there are jealous and just want to make you feel bad about yourself to make them feel better about themselves. I was too skinny, now I’m considered too big,” Paige wrote.
“It’s ridiculous. But I’m happy. People of all shapes and sizes are beautiful. Be confident. You don’t have to be in the public eye to be cyberbullied. Just being on social media, in general, can generate the worst hate sometimes,” she stated.
Going one step further, she has carved a new tattoo on her arms. But, this kind of body painting with non-PG comments are extremely sensitive when it comes to WWE programming.