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WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page marries Payge McMahon

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DDP has tied the knot. 

WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page married retired athlete Payge McMahon in a surprise ceremony on December 9, according to Page's Twitter account and a press release issued to Wrestling Inc.

"Yes, her name is now Payge Page," DDP tweeted.

Page explained that he and daughter Brittany planned the event and told McMahon that it would be a Christmas party, while telling the guests that it would be a wedding. Page then proposed to McMahon, she accepted, and the couple were married. 

McMahon's website describes her as "an adventurer, journalist, yoga instructor and motivator. She is a 2X broken back survivor (six vertebrae), professional optimist and physical rehabilitation specialist." McMahon credits yoga with healing her back injuries. 

Rob Van Dam, the former Big Cass and Enzo Amore, Marc Mero, the former Ice Train, Ace Austin and Eric Watts were among those in attendance.  

DDP is a three-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017, and received the Jason Sanderson Humanitarian Award from the Cauliflower Alley Club in 2015.

The full text of Page's press release:

"WWE Hall of Famer, Diamond Dallas Page, 65, surprised his girlfriend of two years, retired adventure athlete, Payge McMahon, 47 with a wedding on Thursday, December 9, 2021.

Yes, DDP threw a surprise wedding!

Of course he did.

Page and his daughter, intuitive designer & luxury event planner, Brittany Page, organized the elaborate ruse.

They rented out the entire boutique hotel, The Dwell, in Chattanooga, TN. Created a false invitation to a ‘friend’s red and white Christmas themed party.’ Then invited a 115 of the couples’ closest friends and family to a very real ‘black and white’ wedding.

Coming in hot for the ‘party,’ McMahon wore a red backless evening gown. Page wore a white custom Hideoki Bespoke suit with matching fedora. The evening started with a surprise proposal amidst the couples’ family. Immediately followed by the reveal of their gathered friends and a fairytale ceremony… naturally, she said ‘yes.’

Among the guests, Court TV analyst, Julie Grant, country musician Justin Fabus, WWE HOF’er Rob Van Dam, wrestlers Katie Forbes, Harold ‘Ice Train’ Hogue, nZo, Big Cass, Ace Austin, Gia Miller, Eric Watts, Marc Mero, and Hollywood Yates.

After declaring, “You may kiss your bride, bro,” Dr. Asa Andrews, who performed the ceremony, introduced Mr. & Mrs. Dallas & Payge Page.

Yes, her name is now Payge Page."