As seen just days ago, Paige appeared to be in poor health after a shocking image of her looking drastically thin surfaced online. Some fans were debating the context of the photo and they voiced their opinions on the controversial relationship involving both her and Alberto El Patron. Most fans were just concerned for the health and safety of Paige since the photo did appear to look rather brutal. Luckily Paige updated her fans on social media with a new photo of herself looking the same as we’ve always known her to look. However that photo may have interpreted her body will never be known, but it’s nice to know that she seems to be healthy.
Don’t worry guys and gals I got the good bra on today and better lighting. You guys sure have a way with words to make a girl feel good. ???????? pic.twitter.com/FKlEwDUTEZ
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) July 23, 2017
In other news, recent Impact signee Matt Sydal seems to have been sidelined at the moment with a very serious injury. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that Sydal appeared to have legitimately dislocated his shoulder during a tag team match involving himself, Sonjay Dutt, and Alberto El Patron against the team of Trevor Lee, Bobby Lashley, and Low-Ki at the latest set of GFW television tapings. It was the last match taped at the event, therefore Sydal did not (and has not) made any wrestling appearances ever since. The injury seems similar to Finn Balor’s shoulder injury from last year which kept him out of action for months. The injury has yet to be confirmed by Sydal or GFW.
Lastly, AJ Styles recently did an interview on the Sam Roberts Podcast and he discussed, among other topics, his time in the Bullet Club stable in New Japan Pro Wrestling. The group’s former leader also discussed NJPW roster members who should make the jump over to WWE. Styles claimed that he believed tons of wrestlers should move to WWE, but he outright pitched for Bullet Club members Bad Luck Fale and Tama Tonga to come on over to the company. Styles notes that he is still friends with his former stablemates and that he misses those two in particular very much. When asked by Roberts, Styles stated the following: “There [are] a lot of guys that need to be here. I rode with Karl Anderson over here and we were talking about Fale and Tama Tonga. Like, I miss those guys so much, just the chemistry we had when we were together, it’s just unbelievable.”