Documentary On Jake “The Snake” Roberts Premieres, Paige Talks About Her Menstrual Cycle

The Resurrection of Jake the Snake, a documentary on WWE Hall of Famer Jake “The Snake” Roberts’ battling his past demons in a struggle to reclaim his life and the family that has given up on him, premiered this weekend at the 2015 Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The Salt Lake Tribune has published an article on the documentary, which began as an intervention staged by Diamond Dallas Page and director Steve Yu, a longtime fan.



“Dallas and I didn’t go into this thinking, ‘We’re going to help this alcoholic and drug addict,’?” Yu said. “We knew that Jake had kind of lost hope in his life and that he needed some help with his health. It turned into something we didn’t expect it to.”

– A cameraman for caught up with Paige at Newark Liberty International Airport on Friday-Paige was arriving to New Jersey for a live event that evening in Trenton—who asked her what the worst part about being a woman is.

“You don’t have to get periods,” said Paige about what men don’t have to go through. “You don’t have to go for the menstrual cycle monthly, and that makes you want to choke everyone out.”

The Total Divas star was then asked whether this makes it more difficult for her to wrestle.

“No, it just makes you more aggressive,” she said. “It probably helps out a little bit, you a scream a little bit louder.” – The story behind Randy Savage being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame

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