Booker T’s recent comments about whether or not Sasha Banks should be joining AEW caused quite a stir in the wrestling world, but there’s another prominent name in the women’s division that’s a soon-to-be free agent that could potentially may join the company.
Paige recently announced that she would not be re-signed by WWE on July 7, when her current deal expires, fueling speculation about what will happen next for her career. While Booker said he didn’t know AEW was the right place for Banks, when it comes to Paige, he feels differently. When replying if he would like to see Page join the company during the latest “hall of famePodcast, the wrestling legend said, “Yeah, I will.
“I’d love to see Peggy on a big stage if she’s going to do it here. If she’s not going to WWE, of course, I could see Paige doing some really cool stuff.” [AEW]I really can,” he said. “… I don’t look at Sasha the way I see Peggy, I see the two of them completely differently.”
Paige has been retired from in-ring competition since 2017 when she suffered a career-ending neck injury during a live event, but Booker believes “Paige is a star,” in its own right. Despite. Since then, he has demonstrated his ability to be useful to any wrestling company with his promo skills alone as he served as the WWE “SmackDown” general manager, appeared in WWE “Backstage”, and Served as manager for Kabuki Warriors.
“She’s a star, genuine,” he said. “Just that smile alone, I’m serious, dog, that little dimple in the middle of her chin… that’s money, so she can definitely make an impact.”
Peggy’s future is still unclear, but she has been confirmed for several appearances since her announcement of leaving WWE. She will have her own stage show in Starcast V, and the former Divas champion is also returning to Norwich, England, to promote her family.
Paige recently asked fans, “Where do you want to see me next?” On social media, that has the wrestling world buzzing, and she has previously hinted that she might be back in the ring, clarifying that this is something she hopes to do again.
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