When an internet troll tried to shame British-born WWE star Paige by suggesting she join the controversial adult site OnlyFans, she responded that she would "make a killing" if she did.
The wrestling star, whose real name is Saraya-Jade Bevis, had expressed her thoughts online concerning the US Supreme Court's decision to eliminate the constitutional right for women to have an abortion.
In a response calling for compulsory vasectomies for men, Paige tweeted: "Women can get pregnant every 9 months. A man can impregnate anyone he wants. 24/7. I say equal rights."
A badly spelled response showed up under her tweet, saying: "You were a sh*tty wrestler and didn't go anywhere because your [sic] a sh*tty person now your [sic] irrelevant and are desperate."
"What's next? An only fans? Buahahah," the troll ended his strange comment.
The 29-year-old WWE superstar did not take offense to the failed internet troll, and she answered with a witty response.
"First of all, I would make a killing on OFs…" she answered, adding: "Second.." followed by a GIF of her holding the WWE's Divas Championship.
Her audience quickly showed their support with one social media user commenting: "Yeah, she would dominate OF. Is it even a question?"
"I can vouch she could make a million," another fan agreed.
"Bhahah, best comeback, u go girl," a third commenter chimed in.
The beautiful WWE Star is no stranger to offering some steamy content on social media since she has posted sexy lingerie and bikini photos on her Instagram account, some going viral with over 600k likes.
Paige debuted in the world of professional wrestling early at 13. By the time she turned 21, she had become the WWE's youngest Divas Champion.
She has wrestling in her blood since both her parents and her two older brothers are wrestlers.
Her mother is the owner of Bellatrix Female Warriors, a women's wrestling promotion located in Norwich. Together the family runs the Norwich branch of the World Association of Wrestling.
In 2012 the family starred in the documentary The Wrestlers: Fighting with My Family. The television show portrays the life and career of Paige and her family members.
Seven years later, a film with the same name Fighting with My Family based on the earlier documentary, premiered.
The now 29-year-old WWE star announced last month that she is quitting MMA on July 7, and she will be leaving her stage name Paige behind.
We still hope to see more of her as Saraya, and if we are lucky, she will continue to post her amazing photos on Instagram. Here are a few of her highlights from the photo-sharing platform.