Ronda Rousey opens up on Saraya



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Ronda Rousey opens up on Saraya

In 2014, Paige shocked the world when she debuted on Raw and defeated AJ Lee to take the Divas Championship. She had a successful career before retiring in 2018 due to a serious injury. Once her contract with the Stamford federation expired (in July 2022), many were wondering what her future would be.

Last week, Saraya left everyone in awe again by making her her All Elite Wrestling debut. According to reports from 'Fightful Select', Tony Khan would have contacted Saraya after the expiration of his contract with WWE.

The British star reportedly signed a three-year contract with AEW, but it is not known whether or not there are options for renewal. It is not even known if Saraya will return to fight sooner or later. In a video of her on her YouTube channel, Ronda Rousey commented on the arrival of her great friend Paige in AEW.

Ronda Rousey on Saraya's return

“I have enjoyed Saraya's return and I am very happy for her. I wish you the best for the future” - said Ronda Rousey. Two-time WWE Hall of Famer Booker T also commented on the subject: “I'm happy to see her again, as Paige has always been a favorite of mine.

I have always considered her a special girl, so I can't wait to find out what the future holds for her " Recently, Dutch Mantell explained why WWE decided to let Paige go: “Probably, WWE's initial idea was to find her another role within the company.

However, they were afraid she would get hurt again. The consequences of a new injury would be catastrophic for both her and her company. I met her a dozen times and she seemed like a fantastic girl. The fact that she left WWE didn't surprise me that much, the relationship was known to be winding down.

The Stamford federation was still paying for it, despite the devastating effects of the pandemic." Former WWE writer Freddie Prinze Jr. recently shared his thoughts on Saraya's (fka Paige) AEW debut. "She looked phenomenal.

She looked in great shape. She looked excited, happy, not burnt out. Not like well, it's your ask. It was just she's living in the moment. And no one knew not even the wrestlers in the ring knew that she was making her debut."

During her addressal to fans on this week's edition of Dynamite, the former Divas Champion stated that she looked forward to revolutionize the women's division.