The 25-year-old Brit recently returned to the ring after a 512 day lay-off, and seemed to be returning to the top of the women's division. A stretcher was brought out, however she was able to walk to the back with the help of the doctors.
Paige finally made her return to WWE a few weeks ago after spending over a year sitting on the sidelines.More news: Huawei is victim of United States 'trust deficit'
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The injury wasn't initially believed to be terribly serious, and WWE booked her to participate in the women's Royal Rumble later this month. The spot had been done the night prior with Bayley delivering the kick, but the latter was given with much more velocity, and Paige was immediately pulled from the match.
She would wake up in a lot of pain, but tried to hide the injury from WWE so that she could still wrestle.More news: Alyssa Milano calls on Ivanka Trump to donate to sexual harassment fund
By September 2011, Paige had signed a developmental contract with WWE, and reported to the company's developmental territory known as Florida Championship Wrestling. With her Divas championship win, she was also the youngest woman to hold the belt at 21 years of age.
Multiple sources said that the leader of Absolution is likely to be moved to a non-physical role with the company moving forward following the results of her latest medical tests.
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. Paige experienced something called a "stinger" which is when you temporarily lose feelings in your limbs. WWE could also possibly involve her in future film projects or have her become a coach.More news: Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) Upward Momentum Touches New Heights