Saraya-Jade Bevis (born 17 August 1992) is an English professional wrestler. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs under the ring name Paige. Bevis made her debut in 2005 in the World Association Of Wrestling, a promotion that her family runs, as Britani Knight. She went on to hold several championships on independent circuits within Europe. In 2011, she signed a contract with WWE and started wrestling within its developmental systems. Paige eventually debuted on WWE’s main roster in April 2014. Read More ...
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who is PAIGE?
Name: Saraya-Jade Bevis A.K.A: Paige Born: August 17th, 1992 (23) From: Norwich, Norfolk, England NXT Debut: July 4th, 2012 WWE Debut: April 7th, 2014 Mini Bio: Paige is a raven-haired Diva who preaches a simple message: She wants to fight. She gained prominence inside the NXT Arena as the first NXT Women's Champion. A driven competitor, she first began battling when she was 13, following her family of English wrestlers and has never looked back. On the April 7 edition of Raw, Paige stunned the WWE Universe by challenging – and ultimately defeating AJ Lee to become the new Divas Champ!
S05E14 (Season Finale) - C'est La Divas (Part 2) - The Divas' Paris getaway continues, as the divide between the Divas gets bigger; Rosa finally meets her little bundle of joy and Nikki learns the fate of her in-ring career with WWE.
at WrestleMania 32 Being Brie Bellas' last match the Team Total Divas picked up the win when Brie locked in the Yes Lock on Naomi to secure the victory for the team. Nikki Bella joined the team at the end despite her neck injury to celebrate with her sister.
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WWE Superstars joined 2,500 athletes and Unified Partners, 500-plus coaches and nearly 3,000 volunteers at the Special Olympics Connecticut Summer Games from June 10-12 in the New Haven area.
On Saturday and Sunday, Mark Henry, Neville and Paige signed autographs and presented medals to Summer Games winners at Olympic Town. On Friday night, Titus O’Neil and WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte joined NBC Connecticut meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan as hosts of the Summer Games Opening Ceremonies at Southern Connecticut State University’s Jess Dow Field. They cheered on the Parade of Athletes and witnessed the Ceremonial Lighting of the Special Olympics Flame before the games kicked off.
WWE has been partners with Special Olympics Connecticut since 2013. As part of the partnership, WWE raises awareness and funds for Special Olympics Connecticut’s mission via all its assets, including TV broadcasts, live events, digital and social media. WWE’s more than 700 employees headquartered in Connecticut volunteer at Special Olympics Connecticut events in the area, and WWE makes an annual financial contribution to the charitable organization.
WWE was also a presenting sponsor of the Law Enforcement Torch Run, Special Olympics Connecticut’s largest grassroots, year-round fundraising and public awareness event. As part of the Law Enforcement Torch Run, more than 1,500 officers and athletes run and carry the “Flame of Hope” across Connecticut for three days, June 8-10. The final leg of the run ended at the Opening Ceremonies Friday night.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.