Paige Reflects On One Year Since Her Career-Ending Injury, Says 2019 Will Be A Great Year

It has been a trying two years for Paige.

It has been a full year since the former 3-time WWE Women's Champion Paige's in-ring career ended. She posted a message on Twitter page which read, "One year since the night in Uniondale. So crazy how quickly time passes. 2019 is gonna be a wonderful year. I can feel it".

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It was on December 27th that Paige suffered the injury at a live event in Uniondale, New York in a six-woman tag team match involving herself, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville taking on Sasha Banks, Bayley and Mickie James. Paige took a kick to the back from Sasha which led to Paige falling on the mat and later revealing in future interviews that her body went numb and in that moment she knew her in-ring career was over. Paige announced on the post-WrestleMania edition of Monday Night RAW that she was retiring from in-ring competition and she immediately transitioned into the role of GM of SmackDown Live and had that position up until a few weeks ago when she was "relieved" of her duties as the McMahons are now on the on-screen figureheads for the show going forward.

"The Anti-Diva" Paige has been noting on Twitter that this forthcoming new year will be a great one and she can sense that it will be.

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