Paige is "so proud" of herself after celebrating two years of sobriety
The WWE superstar shared side-by-side before and after photos on her Instagram account and admitted she is "feeling good" after ditching alcohol
23 October 2020
She wrote on Instagram: "I’ve posted something like that before. But so proud of my progress! 2 years of soberness. Mumma feeling goooooddd."
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And the former Divas Champion also praised her older brother Roy Knight - who is part of the tag team The UK Hooligans alongside his brother Zak - for also ditching the habit.
She wrote: "Swipe and you'll see my big bro @roybevis_knight_ he is 6 weeks in of being sober and I'm SO proud!!!"
"He aged backwards in just under 2 months. Please throw some support in the comments, he deserves it [smiling emoji] Can’t wait for him to come visit me and ronnie for his 40th in February.(sic)"
Roy admitted his decision to go sober had been inspired by his sister.
He tweeted: "Proud of my sister @RealPaigeWWE nearly 2 years sober now she has inspired me to go sober and is helping me all the way #soberclub (sic)"
Meanwhile, 28-year-old Paige - who had to retire from her in-ring career two years ago due to injury - could be set for a new career as she was recently delighted when the official account for UK soap 'Coronation Street' began following her on Twitter.
She tweeted: "For all my brits out here.. @itvcorrie just followed me and could NOT be happier, throw me in an episode Corrie Orrieeee (sic)"
And the 'Corrie' page replied and revealed they'd been in touch.
The reply read: "Hey! We just sent you a DM on your Insta! (sic)"
Paige - whose life and WWE career was turned into Hollywood blockbuster, 'Fighting With My Family' - paid tribute to her own wrestling catchphrase when someone suggested she could be the landlady at the Rovers Return.
She quipped: "This is my public house now!"