Paige took to Instagram earlier today to celebrate a very different kind of achievement. Today’s date happens to mark two years of Paige’s sobriety and she is rightfully very proud of this milestone moment.
She posted a ‘then and now’ picture collage of hers, revealing her progress over the last 24 months. Paige also talked about her brother Roy Bevis, who is a little under two months of his own journey towards soberness.
“I’ve posted something like that before. But so proud of my progress! 2 years of soberness. Mumma feeling goooooddd. Swipe and you’ll see my big bro @roybevis_knight_ he is 6 weeks in of being sober and I’m SO proud!!! He aged backwards in just under 2 months. Please throw some support in the comments, he deserves it 😊 Can’t wait for him to come visit me and ronnie for his 40th in February 🥺👏🏻❤️”
Bevis shared the same on Twitter as well, and Paige responded back with encouragement.
Paige in WWE
Paige made history on her main roster debut in April 2014 by defeating AJ Lee and becoming the youngest woman to win the Divas Championship.
She was also holding the inaugural NXT Women’s title when she debuted on RAW. That made her the first ever woman to hold both the belts at the same time. She went on to have a big role to play in the Women’s Revolution in WWE.
Unfortunately, she suffered a career-ending neck injury in a match against Sasha Banks in December 2017. The injury forced her to retire from in-ring action the following year.
She has been teasing her fans with the possibility of in-ring return on her social media platforms. She is currently keeping busy with fan interaction on Twitch. She even sarcastically said that she has been drafted to ‘Twitch’ when a fan asked on Twitter which brand she went to in WWE Draft this year.
Paige was among the earliest Superstars to speak up against WWE’s new edict on third party ban and taking over control of talents’ Twitch accounts.