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WWE: Paige reacts to getting called DDP in magazine article

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Former WWE Superstar Paige has been teasing a potential return to the squared circle over the past few months. Her latest social media moves however have been a bit more light-hearted.

Paige revealed that the website MetalSucks incorrectly referred to her as Diamond Dallas Page in one of their recent articles about her partner, Ronnie Radke.

The article from the popular music site noted that Radke had been dating ‘Diamond Dallas Page’ since 2018. Paige responded to this on Twitter, writing ‘Imma need to speak to the manager of this magazine’¦’

MetalSucks do not appear to have replied to Paige publicly, although the tweet she sent is getting a huge amount of retweets and likes. Diamond Dallas Page also does not appear to have responded to the news that he has been dating Ronnie Radke for some time.

And let’s face it, it’s pretty funny.

Paige reacts to magazine mistake

Here is the current card for WWE Extreme Rules 2021; which takes place on Sunday, September 26th, from the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio:

  • SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Becky Lynch (c) vs Bianca Belair
  • United States Championship Match: Damian Priest (c) vs Sheamus
  • RAW Women’s Championship Match: Charlotte Flair (c) vs Alexa Bliss
  • WWE Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns (c) w/Paul Heyman vs Finn Balor
  • Liv Morgan vs Carmella
  • SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: The Usos (c) vs The Street Profits

Extreme Rules 2021 will be available on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network internationally. Peacock is available from $4.99 per month, and WWE Network is £9.99 in all other regions, dependent on the type of currency.


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