Paige’s New Hair, Ric Flair Pre-Wrestlemania Party, Carmella Talks Diva’s Revolution
Paige Changes Hair Color
WWE Diva Paige has added grey highlights to her hair. She posted the following on Instagram:
Drink With Ric Flair
Ric Flair has arranged his own $50 pre-Wrestlemania party, at the Fishbone Grill & Sports Bar from 3 till 6pm.
The deal includes:
-Private all-inclusive pre-party at our restuarant Fishbone Grill & Sports Bar located at 816 North Collins Street in Arlington Texas which is directly across the street from the Cowboys Stadium.
-Photo purchase required for Meet & Greet with Ric Flair.
-Catered meal with beer, margarita on the rocks, soda, water & cash bar available.
-Live DJ, tent, tables, chairs, restrooms & Security on site!
WWE usually come down hard on outside events that ride on their coattails, but Ric Flair probably gets a pass.
Carmella Interview Highlights
NXT’s Carmella recently spoke with Fan Sided about progressing in the ring and the Diva’s Revolution:
Now, roles have changed a little bit. Instead of people just cheering Enzo and Cass on they get to cheer me on as well and see what I am all about. The roles have definitely changed a bit. I have to be on my game and show the audience and my peers that I’m not just a manager on the sidelines.
It’s still cool, though, that even though I’m with the boys at times I’m still training five days a week inside the ring. People might be a little impressed with me every time I step into the ring, I’m not going to lie. They will see what hard work have been putting in over the last two and a half years.
When I first started the Divas Revolution was just beginning. So to see how far it’s come, such as [with] Sasha and Bayley with the match of the year, it’s amazing. I have been put in a great situation where I was No. 1 contender for the Women’s title. It’s just that looking back on where I was and where I’m at now is mind blowing. The fact that Triple H is giving us the opportunities to show the skills and talent we have is humbling and gives you the motivation to put on the best performance.
Capturing the Women’s Championship would be amazing. Looking at Bayley, who is my best friend and whose taught me so much, and [if] I was to win the title one day I would love for it to be against her. I don’t come from a wrestling background even though my father was one and being a dancer and cheerleader doesn’t turn into wrestling skills. That’s really a testament to our trainers at the Performance Center as well as all the hard work I am putting in. The hard work has gotten me to this point and I will continue to put in the time and the effort to continue chasing my goals.