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Hardened by the rugged training she received at Bubba Ray & D-Von Dudley’s Team 3-D Academy, 5-foot-11 Sage Beckett is as tough as they come. Not only that, but as the holder of multiple college degrees, she is incredibly wise, too.
After breaking into the sport in 2007, she spent five years steamrolling through the competition in dozens of organizations before health issues forced her to hang up her boots in 2012. Putting her education to use, Sage researched what she had to do to transform her body and return to the ring. To the alarm of her prospective opponents around the world, Beckett wasn’t done carving out her legacy of destruction. She came back two years later, 130 pounds leaner and even meaner than before. The decision paid dividends in 2017, when she signed with the recognized leader in sports-entertainment, WWE, and reported to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Fla. With a renewed focus on imposing her will inside the ring, the prudent Beckett now has one objective in mind: Thrashing her way through the Mae Young Classic.