The Gator Grip? The Crawfish Crush? WWE fans create wrestling moves

The Gator Grip? The Crawfish Crush? WWE fans create wrestling moves

If you attended WWE Monday Night Raw at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans (April 9), there is a good chance you might be in a photo in our gallery.

But her comeback was cut short after she suffered an injury during a tag-team match on the WWE Holiday Tour on December 27.

Paige, 25, who is from Norwich, had already undergone surgery on her neck before she was kicked from behind by Sasha Banks at the end of past year, causing fresh damage.

It has been noted that it's a situation described as similar to Edge's medical disqualification from competing in the ring.

After Mandy Rose had picked up a huge win over Sasha Banks thanks to "accidental" involvement from Bayley, Paige was the centre of attention in the middle of the ring. This week's Raw was the first time Paige addressed her health issues.

But less than 24 hours later it was revealed that Paige would be returning to WWE with the announcement she would be Smackdown Live's new general manager.

Read what other female Superstars had to say about one of the true trailblazers of the Women's Evolution.

In 2011, she signed a contract with WWE and made her debut in January 2012 under the ring name Saraya. The fans gave her a big ovation. Thank you everyone. Seriously means so much to me.

Is it possible that Paige could return to the ring?

The speech from Paige was her goodbye as a regular performer on television, at least for now.

What do you think the future has in store for Paige? She is also going to be a part of the upcoming Total Divas season and WWE is producing a movie on her life along with The Rock called "Fighting With My Family".

We wish her the best. This will not be the last we see of Paige, not by a long shot.

While she has also tweeted: "Completely overwhelmed with the love and support".

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