Ronda Rousey: Ex-WWE star hints at champion’s managerial role

Former WWE Diva Champion Paige has teased fans by suggesting she should have a new managerial role for one of SmackDown’s biggest stars.

We haven’t seen Paige on WWE TV since March 2020, where she appeared via ‘Skype’ to take on then-SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley. However, the 29-year-old, who was forced to retire after a neck injury in 2018, took to social media last weekend to hint at a new WWE role.

Responding to a thread on WWE’s Twitter page asking who should be the next challenger for Ronda Rousey’s SmackDown Women’s Championship, Paige tweeted the post with the question “Manager maybe?”. Sparking a massively positive response from fans who would love to see Paige return as the spokesperson for The Baddest Women on the Planet.

Paige is no stranger to the managerial role, having taken Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville under her wing as the frontman of the short-lived Absolution trio, then after retiring she briefly managed the Kabuki Warriors before Asuka and Kari Sane moved on. turn against her.

Earlier this year, there were rumors that Paige would make an in-ring return for WWE. Taking inspiration from Edge and Daniel Bryan, who all returned after initially pulling out of what were considered career-ending injuries.

The Anti-Diva was rumored to be a possible surprise entrant at the 2022 Royal Rumble, while she was also on social media about a future match with Natalya should she ever make a wrestling return. Neither materialized.

Meanwhile, Rousey defeated Raquel Rodriguez on SmackDown last week, after Big Mami Cool answered the champion’s open challenge earlier in the series. It’s unclear at this point who Ronda’s next challenger for her SmackDown Women’s Title will be and whether she will be a part of next month’s Hell in a Cell Premium Live Show.

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