GFW Suspends Alberto El Patron

Posted July 13, 2017

Wikimedia Commons/Ed WebsterAlberto Del Rio is now under investigation for an alleged domestic abuse incident.

GFW announced today that World Heavyweight Champion Alberto El Patron has been suspended due to the domestic violence investigation stemming from the Orlando airport incident with Paige on Sunday.

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Controversial as that rant was, it has nothing to do with Alberto El Patron getting suspended, as things got even more heated for Alberto and Paige over the weekend.

After TMZ broke the news about the incident, Paige took to Twitter and gave her side of the story. I'm crying cuz I found out bad fam news & a lady tries take a pic. "Leave me the f**k alone". While it nearly seems like a huge invasion of privacy, it does go a long way to show that Paige was not being completely honest about the situation. "She got upset and threw water on him and she ran out". According to the witness, the two were arguing with each other and threatened to call the police, as the audiotape also proved.

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Del Rio and the said female companion were reportedly seen having an argument at the terminal. Del Rio said the coke was in Paige's bag and told bystanders to check. The two allegedly had an argument at the airport after Alberto insulted Paige's uncle who is now in the hospital, which led to a disagreement between the two wrestlers.

The final update on the reason for the Paige and Alberto Del Rio fight comes from statements by her family.

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Yesterday, Wrestling Inc. quoted a Facebook post from Paige's brother, Zak Bevis, in which the English wrestler expressed fears that his sister may turn out like late pop stars Whitney Houston and Amy Winehouse, both of whom had died young after going through myriad personal and substance abuse issues in their lives.