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Paige Teases Return As Manager, WWE Fires Backstage Interviewer Dasha Fuentes

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Paige Is Set To Return To WWE TV As Manager

Paige was relieved from her duties on SmackDown Live a few months ago when the McMahon Family ushered in a new era where they decided that they would be in control of all main roster shows and decisions.

Paige has since been busy promoting her new movie “Fighting With My Family” but this hype has now died down and The British star was able to return to TV screens last night on SmackDown Live.

The IIconics are the current Women’s Tag Team Champions and were part of a squash match last night where it was made apparent that Paige was scouting the competition. When asked about her reasoning, Paige revealed that she would be back next week as part of the Superstar Shakeup and she would be bringing an impressive tag team of her own.

Dasha Fuentes Fired By WWE?

Dasha Fuentes has been seen as a consistent face backstage in WWE over the past few years since she was recently promoted to backstage interviewer for 205 Live and SmackDown Live.

Fuentes is a former NXT star and appeared on Total Divas a number of times as well, but according to ProWrestling Sheet, the company has come to terms with her release.

Dasha recently suffered a torn ACL which left her out of action for a few months and has since made her return, but given the fact that Sarah Schrieber, Charly Caruso, Kayla Braxton and Cathy Kelley seem to have most of the interviewing down for WWE at present, the company could just be making budget cuts following a huge WrestleMania season.

Fuentes was a well liked figure backstage and has been part of the company for almost five years, which is why it has come as such a shock that she’s reportedly been released. WWE is yet to confirm these reports.

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