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Saraya: AEW fans react to motorbike modelling photo drop

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All Elite Wrestling star Saraya recently took to social media to drop a new photo for her fans and followers online.

The former Paige posted the image with the caption: ‘Halloween is coming up! Can’t wait to show you my costume. What are you gonna be?‘ and fans have been reacting huge since.

As of writing, the post on Instagram has over 184,000 likes, and that number is only likely to go up in the following days and weeks.

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Here are some of the reactions from the fans & followers of the pro wrestling star to her recent photo drop:

  • Vroom vroom (WWE Superstar Sasha Banks)
  • Absolutely stunning!!!!🖤🖤🖤 (WWE Superstar Natalya)
  • Spoiler alert: her costume is going to be someone who assaults a dentist 😜
  • can’t wait to see yours! im gonna try a vampire look -also got a Michael Myers costume!!
  • Sons of anarchy vibes. I have to work so I’m going as the person that has to go to work so the bills get paid lol
  • Halloween is coming up indeed. Can’t wait to see you in your costume. I want to be your Prince Charming.
  • We had our community hay ride party yesterday I was a minion
  • I have 4 (done 3 already)! Julia Hart, Delirium from The Sandman, The main protagonist from the video game “Ender Lillies,” and femme Beetlejuice.
  • My God she is so lovely I love her Till the day I die
  • I think Tony Khan just like so wasting money on her
  • Death from DC The Sandman comics.
  • She looks like Paige from wwe 🤗😊🥰😍😘💋👄â¤ï¸

Check out the image drop below from the female pro wrestling star to see just what all of the fuss is about!

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