Mandy and Sonya
Rose and Deville
|Debut||November 20, 2017|
History[edit | edit source]
WWE[edit | edit source]
Raw (2017–2018)[edit | edit source]
On November 20, 2017, Paige returned on Raw as a heel to attack Sasha Banks, Bayley, Mickie James and Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss. Paige was joined in her attack by the debuting Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville, with whom she formed the stable Absolution. Paige returned to in-ring action in her first match since June 2016 on the December 4, 2017, episode of Raw, defeating Sasha Banks. Later in the night, the group attacked Alicia Fox. At a house show on December 27, 2017, Paige suffered another injury after taking a kick from Sasha Banks in a six-woman tag team match, thus forcing the referee to stop the match. She suffered an impact injury to the neck, keeping her from competing at the Royal Rumble. Paige continued to accompany her fellow Absolution members in their matches; but did not return to in-ring competition. On the Raw after WrestleMania 34, Paige officially retired from in-ring competition due to injury.
SmackDown Live (2018−present)[edit | edit source]
On the April 10, 2018, edition of SmackDown Live, Paige was announced by Commissioner Shane McMahon as the new general manager of SmackDown. During the 2018 Superstar Shake-up, Rose and Deville were drafted to SmackDown Live.
In other media[edit | edit source]
Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville have yet to make their video game debut. Paige made her video game debut in WWE 2K15.
In wrestling[edit | edit source]
- Rose's finishing moves
- Deville's finishing moves
- Paige's finishing moves
- Entrance themes
References[edit | edit source]
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Cradle DDT from Paige puts Fox down and out on the mat.
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Knight-Light (combination cradle hooking DDT/brain buster)
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Paige took control back with a vicious whip to the ring apron and followed up with her swinging fireman's carry slam finisher, known as the 'Paige Turner'
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Paige hit the Paige-Turner, then the PTO (Paige Tap-Out, which is the scorpion cross-lock) submission move for the win.
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