It's a situation described as similar to Edge's medical disqualification from competing in the ring.
In case you're unaware, Paige was seriously injured on December 28, when during a match at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, Long Island, she had her back to Sasha Banks.
It was believed at the time that Paige had suffered a stinger, leading to her losing feeling in her extremities. She finally told WWE because she was starting to make mistakes in the ring and she didn't want to become a danger to others. The match was immediately stopped, and even though a stretcher was brought out to the ring, she was able to walk to the back under her own steam. She and El Patron were also involved in a high-profile incident at airport that led police to consider domestic violence charges against both wrestlers.
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Some of the retailers concerned have accepted joint responsibility, but it's still not clear how the recall was bungled. Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire described the lapse as "unacceptable behaviour, which should be punished".
Paige recently returned to television after a long absence due to a previous injury. She is still expected to be featured as the mouth piece for Absolution. It's rumored that Paige was given the news at the RAW tapings this week.
Banks either hit her wrong with a dropkick to the back or Paige wasn't prepared for the move. With her Divas championship win, she was also the youngest woman to hold the belt at 21 years of age. She started in her family's World Association of Wrestling (WAW) when she was only 13 years old and by 19 was touring North America, working for SHIMMER.
Much emphasis had been placed upon her return, especially after Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson announced his production company was making a film based on Paige's route to WWE success.