WWE News

“I can still make you my b*tch anytime” – Paige To WWE Star

Paige Article Pic 2 WrestleFeed App

• “I can still make you my b*tch anytime” – Paige To WWE Star

Former WWE Divas Champion Paige has been retired as a wrestler for 4 years now.

After her in-ring retirement, she became the General Manager of SmackDown. This run lasted from April 2018 to December 2018.

She later became the manager of The Kabuki Warriors (Asuka & Kairi Sane), but that didn’t last long.

Paige hasn’t done much on WWE programming in a couple of years. She recently teased returning in this year’s Women’s Royal Rumble match, but that most likely won’t happen due to her neck injury.

With that being said, Paige wants to be a General Manager in WWE once again. Below is what she tweeted:

“Yo @WWE @VinceMcMahon since you brought GMs back a while ago…”

“I was the best GM.”

This led to Sonya Deville, who is currently in the General Manager position along with Adam Pearce, tweeting the following:

“What is that saying ‘The student became the master’ 😜 thanks for the tips 4 years ago? But I’m YOUR boss now sweetie 😊 “

Paige replied:

“I can still make you my b*tch anytime I want paige 2.0

@NaomiWWE come get this f**king clown shoe.”

Naomi then added:

“Paige 2.0 not even close she’s the worst! I’m going to shut her up Friday sis 😌 “

Paige and Sonya Deville (along with Mandy Rose) were a part of a stable called Absolution.

Sonya vs. Naomi will take place on this Friday’s SmackDown.

Also Read: Backstage News On Why Paige Hasn’t Been Released From WWE

WATCH: Girl Plays With Paige’s Knockers:

• Legendary Old School Manager Would Celebrate His Birthday

Today would have been the 80th birthday of Old School NWA/WCCW Legend “Playboy” Gary Hart (Real name: Gary Richard Williams).

Most of you will remember him as a manager in World Class Championship Wrestling promotion and Jim Crockett Promotions / World Championship Wrestling.

Among his clients were famous Wrestlers such as The Great Muta, Al Perez, Gino Hernandez, Terry Funk and Kendo Nagasaki.

Hart was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021 as part of their annual “Legacy Wing” inductions.


January 24, 1942 – March 16, 2008

To Top