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"Turn the Paige"
I hate to draw comparisons of Wrestling family royalty but a bit of a version of our "Charlotte Flair" here in the states emerged across the pond as the tour de force known simply as "Paige". Having been suffering from a first-world problem of writer's block for the last 2 weeks, I was happy to read that somehow I reminded both @mikey and @talesfrmthecrypt of this rebellious player in the WWE spotlight. She has been both a controversial and beloved staple in the franchise for what seems too short of a time as Hollywood seems to have perhaps picked a new crossover from the athletic world again. Gone Too Soon! From Wrestling that is... Paige was born "Saraya-Jade Bevis" way back in the year 1992 and as a quintessential Millenial she embraced social media as a tool to capitalize on her own brand of British Swagger! She comes from a rather well known wrestling family where her mother, "Sweet Saraya" was/is a force to be reckoned with in her own right. Her father also was a professional wrestler who went by the name Ricky Knight. Some fun facts about her family is that her mother owns and operates the Bellatrix Female Warriors which is the women's division offshoot of the family run World Association of Wrestling based out of Great Britain. Saraya Jade started off her wrestling career by debuting at the age of 13 in a promo run by her families (WAW) brand. With both parents and siblings in the fray of this lifestyle it seemed only natural that her destiny was to do her signature move , "The RamPaige". Paige went on as a teen to do the Indie route in the Euro circuit before being signed in 2011 with WWE. She signed on for the Dev phase and training before becoming the youngest "DIVAS" champ at 21. The Senior and Jr. "Saraya's" would tag team and also face off against each other in what ultimately became a passing of a legacy within a family of wrestler's and entertainment. WWE later went to rebrand the FCW training and up and comers camp into the NXT brand that has been nothing short then legitimizing "cat fights" into full on stadium filling matches. In 2013, Paige went on to become the NXT Champ in 2013 after tackling and defeating the likes of superstars Natalya and Sasha Banks. (Formidable Opponents)February 14th in the U.S.A. "Fighting with My Family" debuts in theaters. The inspiration behind the movie stems from the 2012 U.K.'s Documentary about the Knight family's wrestling lifestyle of the same name. This time around it's got some Hollywood heavy hitters like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, as a Producer! Some breakdowns of the career of Paige in wrestling before her "retirement"...She won the DIVAS championship two timesFirst time Women's winner of NXT divisionShe was touring and winning European Indie matches at the age of 14/15...she had a very unusual upbringing which is why her story was made into the upcoming big money moviePaige has been playing spokeswoman and SmackDown Manager since her retirement in early 2018 and in December, WWE announced they will be moving her around from that post.Her personal life has been dramatic with some scandal but she weathered it like the trooper that she is and the future in a few different arenas looks quite bright indeed. Please consider giving YOUR Witness Vote to TeamGood. Feel free to click that TeamGood box to keep our initiatives and tech at top notch quality to ensure that our combined work is handled like a Pro! :) ... https://www.guiltyparties.com/scorum/ Fun Fun Fun! check out https://scorumpoker.com/ for free rolls and https://betscorum.com/ ;)
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WWE RAW vs Smackdown Review: Great Comeback for Batista.
I know I kind of missed Batista, not Bootista. Alright, I will come to that part but first, let's talk about what happened on this week RAW and Smackdown 1000 episodes. For me, RAW was kind of very usual with not many elements of surprises. The tempo for the show was linear. Most of the show revolves around the animosity between two stables which are The Shield and The Dogs of War (consists of Braun Strauman, Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre for those who don’t know). The crack in both teams is a pleasure to watch with Dean Ambrose and Braun Strauman that is seen as the root of the problem for both teams. For Smackdown special 1000 episodes, it does not focus much on any rivalry, but it was more like walking down the memory lane with a blast from the past. We had the cornerstones of Smackdown for the past decades especially during Ruthless Aggression Era to appear notably Stephanie Mcmahon, Rey Mysterio, Batista, The Edge and The Undertaker which the screw up big time for the deadman. The show was very exciting in the beginning until towards the Evolution Reunion which is surprising as they were RAW legendary stable but I guess it’s more towards creating a rivalry between HHH and Batista. I was expecting The Rock, the founding father of Smackdown to make an appearance as the word ‘Smackdown’ itself originated from his promo but it did not happen. You can watch my video below for the Full recap of this week WWE show. https://d.tube/#!/v/asyrafahamed/e0s56zro
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