We’re also [looks around and whispers so the bosses can’t hear] not the only place producing wrestling content on the internet.
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Given all that, it’s difficult to know if Paige and Alberto are using these videos as a means to make it easier for WWE to release her so she would be free to work elsewhere — like, say, Impact Wrestling, where El Patron currently performs — or if this really is just Alberto saying dumb stuff into a social media app and Paige legitimately being embarrassed and not knowing how to stop these videos and their anti-WWE content from being made by her future husband.
There is no explicit attempt by Paige to be released — as said, she’s on much better behavior than Alberto on these videos — but sharing them despite their content does make you wonder what’s going on.
Given WWE’s stance of basically ignoring Impact and the fact that WWE Studios is in the middle of filming a story based on the life of Paige and her family, they’re probably going to need to do better than saying Triple H has a big nose and having Paige retweet that if it’s the latter.