Paige already back in the gym - preparing for WWE return

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The current WWE women's divisions of both RAW and Smackdown are flourishing as they head towards Survivor Series.

Survivor Series will host a women's five on five elimination match between RAW and Smackdown and while big names like Charlotte, Nikki Bella and Bayley will be involved, there is still one name missing.

On the comeback trail?

It has been a long time since Paige was last seen on the main roster and there have been a long of different reasons why.


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From suspension to injury, Paige has been absent for a long time and it has resulted in her WWE future being called into question.

With her out of the ring relationship with former WWE superstar Alberto Del Rio seemingly playing a role in her problems, some people don't expect her to return to the WWE.

But the woman herself may have given fans the biggest indication of her intentions for her immediate future.

Paige has recently undergone neck surgery which is the latest reason for her absence from the WWE.

Showing fans that she is returning to the gym already is certainly a sign that she is taking a step towards a return to the ring.

While there still may be doubts over a possible return to the WWE for the two time divas champion, she is at least looking at getting back to full fitness.

It will certainly be interesting to see if Paige does make her way back to the WWE given that she was one of the few superstars who wasn't drafted.

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