Saraya has been making headlines ever since came back from her career-threatening neck injury and reclaimed her passion for performing inside the squared circle. However, it has been pretty much evident that the former WWE superstar has been the subject of constant trolling on social media for a long time, but was spared for the lip filler she did some years back. Now, she believes that fans should have given her a harder time about that.

The Anti-Diva gained prominence for being a pioneer of Women’s wrestling since her developmental days in NXT. Formerly known as Paige, she captivated the audience with her talent and became a cornerstone for WWE’s women’s division during her time in the company.

However, Saraya has faced a lot of criticism and negativity for certain choices in her life. Whether it was getting plastic surgery or her explicit private content getting leaked, she dealt with it all bravely.

The former 2-time WWE Divas champion was surprised to be spared recently from all the trolling. Saraya took to Twitter to let the fans know that she was surprised at not being roasted for the lip filler that she did around 2017 to 2018.


“You guys did not roast me hard enough about this 2017/18 lip filler phase. My top lip was touching my nose. Thank god I let these things calm tf down haha.”

Saraya is currently the focus of AEW’s women’s division. The 30-year-old is currently engaged in conflict alongside her entourage Ruby Soho and Toni Storm with Jamie Hayter and Dr. Britt Baker. We will have to wait and see what’s next for Saraya in Tony Khan’s promotion.

Do you think Saraya deserves the heat she gets often? What kind of thing would you say about it? Sound off in the comments!

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