Despite being forced to retire in 2018, Paige still considers herself a wrestler.
Though it is unknown if Paige will ever wrestle again, the comeback stories of Daniel Bryan and Edge have given everyone hope that Paige could possibly step foot in the ring once again.
Speaking to Renee Paquette on Oral Sessions, Paige said she's going to get her neck check soon and is excited to see if progress has been made.
"I got chills when I saw Bryan and Edge talking to each other backstage. It was so inspiring and makes me feel good. I haven't had any issues with my neck right now. Sometimes I'll wake up and it feel weird, but it will go away. I'm going to get my neck checked really soon to see the progress of it. Hopefully, it looks good. I'm not saying any form that they're going to clear me, it's literally just a check up, but I am intrigued to know how my neck has progressed. It feels good. It scares me as well to come back to wrestling because I really want to and would come back tomorrow, but I'll have it in the back of my head like 'what if something happens and I do get paralyzed?' It does scare me and I know I'm not going to be fully ready mentally to come back, but watch out world, when I am mentally ready to come back, everyone is in trouble," she said.
When asked if she still considers herself a wrestler despite not wrestling since December 2017, Paige said, "I still call myself a wrestler, even though I know I'm not," not that wrestling is in her DNA.
Elsewhere during the podcast, Paige revealed that she is currently working on a book. You can find her full comments by clicking here.
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