Paige Movie Gets UK Release Date, Charlotte & Stephanie McMahon On Overcoming Negativity, WWE Women

Film4 Productions has announced the upcoming movie “Fighting with My Family”, which covers the life of WWE star Paige, will be released in The UK on March 1st, 2019:

Fighting With My Family, @StephenMerchant‘s Film4-backed comedy-drama, based on the true personal story of WWE Superstar @RealPaigeWWE and starring @Florence_Pugh & @JALowden, will be released in UK cinemas on Friday 1st March 2019! pic.twitter.com/lWpy4w6sLZ

— Film4 Productions (@Film4Insider) July 9, 2018

Charlotte Flair and Stephanie McMahon On Overcoming Negativity, Women’s Revolution

WWE stars Charlotte Flair and Stephanie McMahon participated in a Girl Up summit over the weekend and this morning, and the WWE Community Twitter account, along with Flair and McMahon, have released the following photos:

I was so incredibly proud to be a part of the @GirlUp Summit today, whose goal is uniting girls to change the world. Listening to some of the Teen Leaders speak and feeling the positive energy in the room, I feel more confident than ever in our future. #GirlsLead18 pic.twitter.com/yAQo61ifTW

— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) July 9, 2018

“Be yourself. Embrace your differences & showcase them. Be a cultural ad – not a cultural fit.” @StephMcMahon discusses her fight for gender equality at @GirlUp #GirlsLead18: https://t.co/fxCxgRNqi6 pic.twitter.com/i7xRQPZbz5

— WWE Community (@WWECommunity) July 9, 2018

“Positivity begets positivity. Negativity begets negativity. People who make you feel “less than” don’t belong in your life.” @WWE‘s @StephMcMahon discusses her fight for gender equality at #GirlsLead18: https://t.co/51U8KDS3yo pic.twitter.com/TqGIhlpSH3

— Girl Up (@GirlUp) July 9, 2018

“Make your dream a goal. Make it strategic and action-oriented. And work hard. That’s when you’re going to be the most confident and the most successful.” – @StephMcMahon #girlslead18 @girlup pic.twitter.com/7Br5Rsu715

— Ksenia Avdulova (@wokeandwired) July 9, 2018

“After losing the NXT title, fans said I wouldn’t debut on @WWE because I looked ‘manly’. Once I did make the main roster, fans said it was because of my dad. At that point, I realized there would always be negativity. Put it away and focus on you.” @MsCharlotteWWE at @GirlUp pic.twitter.com/IrwZ2GUStT

— WWE Community (@WWECommunity) July 8, 2018

“People may want to tear us apart. It’s hard to believe that women in competition can work together without being ‘catty’. We realize it takes everyone to make @WWE great. Without different minds, pushing one another, there would be no women’s evolution” @MsCharlotteWWE pic.twitter.com/C6V2nQBPYN

— WWE Community (@WWECommunity) July 8, 2018

“It took a group of women, not just one. Whenever we were given an opportunity, we turned it into gold. The men we worked with had no choice but to respect us.” @MsCharlotteWWE at today’s @GirlUp Summit pic.twitter.com/DypRVsONVI

— WWE Community (@WWECommunity) July 8, 2018

Q: “How do girls like us at @GirlUp achieve what we view as our WrestleMania?”
A @MsCharlotteWWE: “Build your support system, create your own opportunities. It will come if you believe in your cause and are willing to fight for it” pic.twitter.com/igzI3v3o0y

— WWE Community (@WWECommunity) July 8, 2018

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