Bengaluru, Dec 12: As reported earlier, the new episodes of Total Divas episodes have been able to throw some lights on the Paige-Del Rio saga.
The video contents have shown that Paige had a furious encounter not only with the WWE creative but also with her co-workers in the locker room.
Now, WWE generally gives latest updates of the ongoing happenings of the Total Divas episodes by posting the pictures and videos.
But, surprisingly, there have not been any mention of Paige & Del Rio's relationship either in the official website or in the Youtube channels. It clearly indicates that Paige is still not in a comfortable position in the company.
In addition to this, she was suspended two times i.e. on August 17th and October 10th. Paige still can't believe that she got suspended for no reasons and hence posted the following tweet.
“When you do nothing wrong but things still bite you in a** for no reason. Always fun haha."
Apparently, the latest reports are suggesting that since the suspension period WWE has literally made no effort to contact her.
The latest report from Wrestling Observer Newsletter has also suggested that Paige has isolated herself to get into the relationship with Del Rio.
Going one step further, All Wrestling News stated that Paige might have even already broken WWE's wellness policy for the third time.
If the rumours turn out to be true then her WWE contract will be immediately terminated which means she will no longer be a WWE employee.
However, both Paige & Del Rio are least bothered about it as they were seen in an interview with TMZ.
Del Rio opened up about Linda McMahon getting elected to serve Donald Trump's administration and said that both Vince & Linda would be far better candidates for the President post in the future. Here're his comments:
“Anything is possible. Just look where we are at right now. Donald Trump will be president of the United States this year. If he and she can do a good job, once they're there, I don't know. But to be honest, I don't think so."
This was his opinion for Vince McMahon running for president:
“I think he would do a good job because at least he's smart."