While appearing on Chasing Glory with Lilian Garcia, Paige discussed how disappointed she was to hear the news about Emma’s release from WWE.
“I was so sad for her because I know how much her life revolves around WWE,” Paige said. “She’s fine. she’s good. She’s like, ‘I get it…I wish I could be there.’”
Paige continued, “She’s traveling the world, experiencing life. She’s inspirational.”
Paige told Garcia even though she is confused by Emma’s release, she does not want to ruffle any feathers by asking questions.
“I still don’t know. I still don’t get it. A lot of people don’t understand,” Paige said. “You know what, I’m not even going to pry when it comes to it.”
Paige said she expects Emma to make a big name for herself on the independent wrestling scene.
Emma has not wrestled since leaving WWE but has several independent dates lined up beginning in February. One event she has line up is an Impact Wrestling taping, but it’s unknown at this time if she will actually appear on television at the event.