Paige & Audrey Marie vs. Kaitlyn & Alicia Fox
Kaitlyn starts off with Paige as they lock up. Hip toss by Kaitlyn, as Paige reverses and kicks her in the shoulder. Tag in to Audrey, as she hits an arm drag on Kaitlyn and works over the arm of Kaitlyn. The upper hand changes and Kaitlyn tags in Fox. The two exchange a handful of pins and counters until Kaitlyn is tagged in. Kaitlyn shows her power and dominates Marie, and then tags out to Fox.
Enter Fox, and she repeatedly knocks Audrey’s head against the turnbuckle, then hits a snapmare and covers for a near fall. Fox has Marie in a headlock, until she trips her and tags out to Kaitlyn; who once again uses her strength. Kaitlyn locks in a submission, and Marie reverses into a pin for a 2 count. In comes Paige, as she nails a combination of take downs. The crowd is getting behind her. Paige goes for the Rampaige but Fox counters into a pin for a near fall. Paige Kicks Fox in the midsection, and hits a dropkick on the chin as Kaitlyn enters to breakup the pin. Audrey enters but gets thrown to the outside by Kaitlyn. Paige uses Fox to knock Kaitlyn off the apron, and rolls her up for the victory.
Winners: Paige & Audrey Marie
Shhhh, no one tell Emma, but the latest WWE comic – from BOOM! Studios – is all about the Women’s Revolution.
At New York Comic-Con, Boom! Studios and WWE announced that February’s WWE #14 will kick off an all-new storyline revealing the truth behind the groundbreaking Women’s Revolution.
The acclaimed team of writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Serg Acuña will take readers on a journey, revealing the truth behind the ascension of Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and Bayley as they transformed the face of sports entertainment, moving up from NXT to the main roster, changing the landscape so that female wrestlers were no longer called “Divas.”
Below, take a look the cover for WWE #14, by Dan Mora (Klaus, Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers) – with variant covers by Adam Riches (Street Fighter X G.I. Joe), Brent Schoonover (Generations: Captain Marvel & Captain Mar-Vell), and Daniel Bayliss (Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York).
Above you’ll see Charlotte, Sasha, Becky, and Bayley there on the bottom – with Paige, the Bellas, Nattie, Naomi, and Alicia Fox above them.
“It’s been amazing to watch women in the WWE make history night after night over the past couple years, and we’re so excited to give the WWE Universe even more of the Women’s Revolution,” said Chris Rosa, Associate Editor, BOOM! Studios. “The team is ready to give fans a new look at the incredible moments and matches that have inspired so many.”
Print copies of WWE #14 will be available for sale February 2018 at local comic book shops (use comicshoplocator.com to find the nearest one) or at the BOOM! Studios webstore. Digital copies can be purchased from content providers, including comiXology, iBooks, Google Play, and the BOOM! Studios app.
Paige made a little cameo on the WWE Network Special, titled “TrailBlayzer: The Alundra Blayze Story”. It’s a great watch, so you should definitely go and have a look. You can check out screen captures of Paige from the episode using the link provided.
We have not seen Paige compete in WWE in more than a year, but a cryptic Instagram post has us wondering what’s next for the raven-haired Superstar.
Paige is on a journey to reclaim her “house.”
The former Divas Champion — unseen in a WWE ring for more than a year — revealed she has returned to the WWE Performance Center, presumably beginning her return to active competition in WWE.
“Went to see an old friend today,” she wrote. “Good to be back there! @wwe #RoadBackToMyHouse”
Paige is a two-time Divas Champion and became the youngest Superstar to hold the title when she captured it during her Raw debut at the age of 21. If her return his imminent, as this post is leading many in the WWE Universe to believe, consider the women of Raw and SmackDown LIVE officially put on notice.