Paige pulled from WWE tour because of injury

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The WWE's women's division is undeniably the best it has been in quite some time.

With more female stars than ever appearing across both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live, and actually wrestling rather than acting like divas, it has never been better to be a female superstar in the WWE.

That is unless you are Paige, who has barely been seen at all this year and has just had yet another setback.


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According to some reports from yesterday, the English superstar was pulled from a recent tour down under.

And now we know the reason why. According to a further update from NoDQ.com, the 23-year-old has suffered yet another injury.

"As previously reported, Paige has been pulled from next week’s overseas tour of New Zealand and Australia," Steve Carrier noted. "Paige was originally scheduled to team with Sasha Banks to take on the team of Dana and Charlotte. The match is now being advertised as a handicap match."

"In an update from our report, we have now received word that Paige is actually dealing with an injury and that is the reason she was removed from the tour."

Paige isn't the only WWE star out of action, with Jimmy Uso also on the sidelines through injury, which is why Jey was tag teaming with Zack Ryder.

This isn't the first injury setback for Paige this year, who suffered another problem that kept her out of action for quite a while.

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