Wrestling Power Couple or Abusive Cycle?

I've been a fan of Paige (real name Saraya Jade Bevis) since she debuted on the main roster of WWE in 2014. She's an amazing female wrestler and someone that could be Hall of Fame material. That is, if she can make it back to the ring at this point.

She's been in a relationship with Alberto El Patron (real name Jose Rodriguez, formerly Alberto Del Rio when he was in WWE as well) for a few years now and as someone who's a big fan or at least I used to be, things have not been going well for her. She's been dealing with a recurring neck injury, she's been suspended two times, and now it's come out that everything isn't exactly roses for her and Alberto. In fact not even close.

Recently some footage as well as audio has come out that shows them arguing in an airport with her telling him to, "Get out of my life" after she threw a drink in his face. Then the police were called. She's since come out and claimed full responsibility for the incident after first claiming it was a woman who was recording them that threw the drink.

Situations like this tend to point to a volatile relationship and as more information comes out it's clear that it is very volatile and drama ridden. Paige's brothers have come out and claimed that Alberto abuses her and isolates her from her family. Many people have claimed to spot bruises on her at points and they've broken up multiple times in the past one of which was shown on Total Divas, a show that airs on the E Network. WWE even tried to split them up when they found out about the relationship.

As someone who does not know them personally I'm not here to accuse Alberto of anything but the writings on the wall. They don't seem like a good fit and I can only see things ending badly from the way they've been going since getting together.

Paige deserves to continue her career and Alberto can continue on with his but so far them being in this relationship is not doing either of them any favors. Perhaps WWE was onto  something...

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