WWE star Paige hits back at troll and says shed make a killing on OnlyFans
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British wrestling star Paige delivered a knockout blow to an internet troll who tried to suggest she was "irrelevant" and should join OnlyFans – by replying that she’d make a killing on the site.
The Norwich-born grappler, real name Saraya-Jade Bevis, had voiced her opinion on the US Supreme Court’s decision to remove the constitutional right for women to have an abortion.
In an apparent call for compulsory vasectomies for men, she tweeted: "Women can get pregnant every 9 months. A man can impregnate anyone he wants. 24/7. I say equal rights."
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An anonymous troll replied to her tweet with a badly spelt response that read: “You were a sh*tty wrestler and didn't go anywhere because your [sic] a sh*tty person now your [sic] irrelevant and are desperate.
“Whats next ? A only fans ? Buahahah.”
But the 29-year-old WWE superstar – who last month announced she was leaving the company on July 7 – put the troll in a sleeper hold with her witty response.
Quote-tweeting the vile reply, she said: “First of all, I would make a killing on OFs…”
She added: “Second..” accompanied by a GIF of her holding the WWE’s Divas Championship.
Fans were quick to agree with her assessment, with one replying: “Yeah she would dominate OF. How is that a question?”
Another fan quipped: “I can vouch she could make million.”
A third added: “Bhahah best comeback, u go girl.”
The British beauty has set pulses rating with sultry snaps on her Instagram page in the past.
One snap in her underwear was particularly popular on her page.
Paige made her in-ring debut at just 13 and became the WWE’s youngest Divas Champion at 21.
Both her parents and her two older brothers are also wrestlers.
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The family runs the World Association of Wrestling promotion in Norwich and her mother owns and operates Bellatrix Female Warriors, a women's wrestling promotion also based in the city.
In 2012, at tv documentary followed Paige and her family’s story.
The show, The Wrestlers: Fighting with My Family, was adapted into the 2019 feature film Fighting with My Family.
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