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Paige WWE: Net Worth, Family, Movie and more

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Paige is a former WWE Superstar who has achieved great success in her career. She is a two-time Divas Champion and was the first NXT Women’s Champion.

The Norwich, England native has also been featured in several WWE storylines, including a feud with AJ Lee.

Paige has been a professional wrestler since she was 13 years old. She first appeared in WWE in 2013 and was one of the youngest champions in company history. In 2016, she was suspended for violating the company’s wellness policy. After returning to wrestling in 2017, she announced her retirement from WWE in 2019.

Paige WWE Net Worth 2022

In 2020, Paige had a net worth that was estimated to be around $3 million. This placed her at number 39 on the list of richest wrestlers in the world.

At the time, Paige’s net worth was expected to grow to around $4 million by 2022, which may well now be the case due to her work on Twitch.

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The Knight family is a wrestling dynasty hailing from Norwich, England. Paige, WWE superstar and Divas Champion is a member of the Knight family.

Her parents are both wrestlers and her two older brothers also wrestled. The Knights are known for their toughness and determination, traits that Paige has displayed throughout her career.

The Knight family has a long and proud history in professional wrestling and continues to make their mark in the sport.

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Paige WWE Movie

The former WWE Superstar had a biopic made about her journey to the company. Titled Fighting With My Family, it was released in 2019 and grossed $41.5 million worldwide.

The film was written and directed by Stephen Merchant, who is also known for his work with HBO’s “The Office.” The movie starred Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as himself, Lena Headey as Paige’s mother Saraya Knight, and Nick Frost as Paige’s father Ricky Knight.
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