Paige: The Women In WWE Are Just As Good As The Men

Lena Heady and Nick Frost

Lena Heady and Nick Frost

In 2017, Paige - whose real name is Saraya-Jade Bevis - had private intimate videos posted online by hackers, a traumatic incident that left her experiencing stress-induced anorexia and alopecia, according to the New York Post.

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"Fighting With My Family" tells the story of Paige and her journey to WWE.

"I wish I could be part of it, but I'm so happy that I was kind of one of the forerunners for it". Paige said she went on a downward spiral into depression after the leaks, describing it as "rock bottom". "I felt so rock bottom".

"To be publicly humiliated like that was bad, and I don't wish that for anyone", she explained.

But the movie also shows the drama that happened behind the scenes, namely how Paige made it the WWE, while her brother - another wrestler - did not.

"Of course, she didn't have the internet and thought I was the most attractive and most successful woman in the world".

But, as she hinted it in her episode of the WWE Chronicle documentary series, Paige began to turn things around after a chance encounter with a young fan.

Fighting With My Family hits theaters on February 22. "Many of you know my history". The fan approached Paige at a grocery store and put the situation in perspective for the now-26 year old superstar.

"I thought, what am I doing?"