Paige: The Women In WWE Are Just As Good As The Men

Brunilde Fioravanti
Febbraio 14, 2019

The former star is now a part of a movie about her life called Fighting With My Family and recently did an interview with the New York Post about it. It makes me feel really good, because that was my aim for when I came over here: "I just wanted to change the perception of how women were looked at in general, and I thought me and couple of others kind of did that", said Paige.

"I didn't go to work; I didn't do anything".

Powell's POV: Paige's in-ring career ending due to injury was obviously a sad situation, but it is great to see the way she has bounced back from the sex tape and all of the personal issues she was battling not so privately during her relationship with Alberto El Patron. Things were not going well for her personally as she started to spiral into a depression because of it. "I felt so rock bottom", she added.

But, as she hinted it in her episode of the WWE Chronicle documentary series, Paige began to turn things around after a chance encounter with a young fan. She explained that one random day while at a grocery store in Texas, she was approached by female fan who was only about seven-years-old. I need to be successful for her. "It opened my eyes to so many things. My whole journey was supposed to be about inspiring people".

The McMahon Family stripped Paige of her position in December, but she has still remained with the company.

Fighting With My Family hits theaters on February 22.

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