Paige Drunken Fight With Fired Diva At Bar Leaks

The former WWE Divas Champion Paige had been struggling with neck issues over the past few years that had put a halt on her in-ring career. She was under a contract with WWE but she recently announced that she’d soon be ending her long run with WWE. She shocked the wrestling world when she announced that she’ll be leaving WWE in July. Recently, she admitted that she is embarrassed by some of her actions outside of the ring during her time in WWE.



Paige reveals bar fight with Alicia Fox

Back in 2015, TMZ had reported a story about the two-time Divas Champion being entailed into a bar fight alongside Alicia Fox. The former WWE stars were allegedly kicked out of a Baltimore steakhouse a day before an episode of RAW after arguing with a drunk woman.

Speaking on Renee Paquette’s “The Sessions” podcast, the former Divas Champ acknowledged that her past demeanor was unacceptable. The former SmackDown General Manager used to party with Fox a lot while on the road with WWE. Both women are now changed after altering their lifestyles in recent years:

“We would constantly go out and we ended up in TMZ because we got in this f**king bar fight. It was awful. I just thought at the time, ‘That’s not f**king cool, dude.’ I thought I’m like the rock star of WWE, I felt cool, but it’s not cool at all and I’m so embarrassed by it. I’ll look back on Total Divas and I’m like, ‘I wish I didn’t do half the stuff I did on Total Divas.’”

As a cast member on WWE’s “Total Divas” reality show, the 29-year-old was often filmed drinking on nights out with her fellow stars: Looking back, she felt that she had earned the right to party due to her intense schedule:

“I just felt like I was working all the time and I deserved to have a good time,” Paige said. “I remember being so exhausted I was falling asleep in the f**king makeup chair and they were holding my head up… Any time I could I was like, ‘I need to go get a drink, I need to go do this.’”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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