During this interview, she spoke about Chyna being inducted into this year’s WWE Hall of Fame class as part of D-Generation X alongside Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Billy Gunn, Road Dogg, and X-Pac.
This is where she followed up by stating she also has her sights set on being a Hall of Famer one day.
“It’s a pretty cool life that I’ve had so far, I’m very thankful for what I’ve done,” stated Paige. “But I mean, I just want to be in the Hall of Fame one day ha ha. Put me in the Hall of Fame. That’s something in your wrestling career you definitely need to tick off, it’s the biggest reward that you can get.”
In December 2017, her in-ring career ended when she was in a six-woman tag match back at a live event that needed to be called off after she took a hard kick to the back.
It led to WWE pulling her from the ring and set up further testing that eventually ended once it was decided that she would not be cleared by WWE doctors to wrestle again. Paige then made a transition from an in-ring competitor to a manager and later the General Manager of SmackDown Live.