Jim Ross is concerned for Paige and the nature of her suspension.
On October 10th, Paige was suspended for the second time in two months for a wellness violation. On The Ross Report, Ross spoke about how he felt about the second suspension.
"I was troubled and there's just something troubling about this news that Paige has been suspended from WWE for the second violation of the wellness policy, meaning she will be gone 60 days without pay. I don't know anymore than anyone else but its one of those old school guy logic things or gut feelings that there's something more to the story than meets the eye," said Ross.
On Friday, Ross wrote about Paige in his blog. This time he placed an amount of responsibility on Paige for the suspension.
"Concerned about WWE's Paige coming on the heels of her second wellness policy violation. It's never too late more often than not to make better decisions and changes in one's life. I'm pulling for the talented young woman to be happy and healthy and wish her the best on her upcoming neck surgery," wrote Ross.
Ross went on to say he hopes Paige comes to terms with WWE because the opportunities there outweigh her opportunities outside of the company. Ross said he knows Paige from her time in WWE developmental and likes her on a personal and professional level.
Jim Ross's blogs and podcast "The Ross Report" are available at JRsbarbq.com.
Fightful.com will continue to update on the status of Paige, her recovery from neck injuries and her relationship with the WWE.