Inside the ring, sadly, that will not be the case.
Reports suggest she will only be removed as an in-ring competitor and may still appear in WWE shows in a non-wrestling capacity. We have been told by multiple sources she is "done" as an in-ring wrestler.
Her latest injury occurred when she was kicked in the back by Sasha Banks during a house show match.
She said: "It's incredible, I obviously want to go down in history as someone who managed to change the division". The referee then stopped the match, and a stretcher was brought out to assist Paige to the back.
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.
WWE pulled her from the ring and set up further testing that led to this week's decision.
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We also know that the final series will contain more CGI than has previously been seen, hinting that there will be a lot more screen times for Daenerys' dragons.
Paige will have to be written off of the 2018 Royal Rumble.
She would wake up in a lot of pain, but tried to hide the injury from WWE so that she could still wrestle. In the end, the District Attorney's office opted not to move forward with the prosecution.
Multiple sources told PWInsider's Mike Johnson that WWE's doctors will not allow Paige to return to a physical role following an injury she suffered on December 28 during a live event match in Uniondale, New York. Paige was teaming with Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville against Sasha Banks, Bayley & Mickie James. She did not use the equipment, however, and was able to leave the ring and exit to the back on her own. Nearly immediately, the trio was clicking, feuding with Sasha Banks, Bayley and Mickie James. She was one of the first breakout stars of the WWE NXT brand as it evolved from just being a developmental territory. Hopefully, her recent alliance with Absolution can see her remain in the company as on-screen presence.
It's insane to think that we may never see Paige in a wrestling ring again, and I can't stress how very bad this news is. She would hold the Divas championship twice. Despite making her return to WWE two months ago, she may never be medically cleared by WWE in the near future. It's also possible the company could tap her to Coach in the NXT system or attempt to transition her into another on camera role.
WWE have yet to release an official statement. She started in her family's World Association of Wrestling (WAW) when she was only 13 years old and by 19 was touring North America, working for SHIMMER. The film itself is based on a documentary.
The importance of her connection to the film alone should allow Paige to continue to be showcased in some fashion until the film hits theaters.