WWE NEWS: Another WWE Divas Champion Suspended For Behavioral Reasons — See WWE’s Official Statement…

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The WWE Divas Champion who recently returned from 30 days suspension has been sent home again for 60 days for the same reason of violating the WWE wellness policy.

It is believed that even though Paige still work with WWE, she is not all that comfortable with her duty any more, so, there is every tendency of leaving WWE after the 60 days suspension. The wellness policy policy is no respecter of any superstar irrespective of your age or status in the WWE. In time past, talents such as Roman Reigns, Randy Orton and many others have been made to suffer suspension for the violation of the wellness policy.

Well, according to the WWE, the policy gives room for three trials of which if a talent falls victim of violation the policy for the third time, he or she will be terminated. The punishment for the first violation include 30 days suspension while for the second time, it extends to 60 days. It has just reported that the two time WWE Divas Champion Paige has been suspended for 60 days because she has violated the policy for the second time.

Paige lately returned from the suspension of the first violation which lasted for 30 days as usual and in less than two months, she is in for another punishment for the same reason. The first suspension was with her boyfriend Alberto Del Rio whom she prove to love so much. WWE issued this statement about her suspension saying: STAMFORD, Conn. — WWE has suspended Saraya-Jade Bevis (Paige) for 60 days effective immediately, for her second violation of the company’s talent wellness policy.

As noted earlier, it has been well known that although still employed by WWE, Paige isn’t on very good terms with the company. Her relationship with recently released Alberto Del Rio has been known to cause some backstage heat on the diva. This may be a way of leaving the WWE, because she might just decides to violate the policy for the third time which will result to termination.