The Next Big Things In Female Wrestling (Pt.1) – Britani Knight/Paige
Hi guys, it’s the debut of my new column, called “the next big things in female wrestling”. I’m going to write about the most talented female performers on this planet, which can (in my opinion) become the future stars in WWE, or TNA. Let’s start with “The raven haired anti-diva”, Paige from Florida Championship Wrestling. Who’s this young lady?
Saraya-Jade Bevis (her real name) aka Britani Knight aka Paige is an English professional wrestler, currently performing in WWE’s developmental territory – FCW. She’s only 19-years old, and she’s from Norwich, England.
I first saw her in her debut match on SHIMMER Volume 37, in a tag team match with her mother Sweet Saraya, against Ariel and Nikki Roxx. And I was literally amazed. Paige is not only the good looking young lady, but she’s also very talented inside the ring. I couldn’t believe the fact that she’s so young, I was really shocked in every possible way. So, I became more interested in her, and searched some youtube stuff from her Pro Wrestling Eve or any other matches from Europe’s independent scene. And the love was in the air.
Her in-ring skills are very mature, I think it’s because of her roots. She’s from the famous England wrestling family – The Knight Dynasty. Her mother Sweet Saraya recently captured the SHIMMER Championship from Cheerleader Melissa. Now, that’s something that I call the pure wrestling quality! And what else can I say? Paige is charismatic, with awesome mic and in-ring skills. Her current heel persona is so interesting. You have to see it, so if you don’t know her yet, check her performances on FCW!
WWE Divas Division is now lacking some “star Divas” (girls like Sable, Lita, Trish Stratus, Melina or Mickie James), so our “raven haired lady” can be that “next big thing” in women’s division, I hope. I would love to see her in some kind of a british stable with William Regal, Drew McIntyre and Wade Barrett. Now that can be the definition of a domination. And the last thing guys – she’s bigger than Beatles!
Source: Women of Wrestling