BREAKING – Saraya (Paige) Debuts For AEW At Grand Slam

Saraya (Paige) Debuts For AEW At Grand Slam

Saraya (Paige) Debuts For AEW At Grand Slam – Following the conclusion of the AEW Women’s World Championship match on AEW Dynamite “Grand Slam”, Britt Baker and her crew beat down both Toni Storm and Athena.

This led to Saraya, formerly known as Paige in WWE, hitting the ring to stand off with Baker, prompting the ‘D.M.D’ to back down.

Saraya then did her signature “this is my house” scream before inviting Storm and Athena to join her in the ring. The three women embraced for hugs as the crowd cheered them on. 

Saraya has mainly wrestled under the ring name Paige for her entire career, which was mostly in WWE. She last wrestled in late 2017 at a house show, where she sustained a career ending injury. Saraya left WWE back in July after the company opted to not re-sign her.

While not confirmed, it appears Saraya has joined AEW as an active in-ring performer. Saraya suffered a severe neck injury during that match, prompting her to retire from in-ring competition.

Over the past year or so, Saraya has reiterated on several occasions that she’s hoping to follow in the footsteps of WWE Hall of Famer Edge and Bryan Danielson, who overcame similar odds to return from career-ending injuries.

Furthermore, after her WWE contract expired this June, Saraya implied that she was on the brink of being cleared by her doctors.

Earlier today, Fightful Select reported that Saraya had been in talks with All Elite Wrestling sometime in summer.

Saraya (Paige) Debuts For AEW

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