WWE’s 26-year-old Brit shared a tweet before she appeared on the Hell in a Cell expert panel on the kick-off show.
Paige, from Norwich, shared a message on Twitter promising her wrestlers would be the ones to watch at Hell in a Cell.
The star currently works as the on-screen general manager of SmackDown Live after being forced to hang up her wrestling boots.
She won’t be getting in the ring tonight, but will be appearing on screen offering her insight and cheering on her wrestlers against their rivals on Raw.
Paige’s fans lapped up her words of encouragement as the arena fills up for the show in San Antonio.
“Good luck to everyone, SmackDown side I know will steal the show”Paige
Paige wrote: "Hell in the Cell tonight here in San Antonio. Good luck to everyone, SmackDown side I know will steal the show.”
She closed out her message with a cheeky winking face emoji.
Her tweet was liked almost 5,000 times and retweeted almost 500 times.
The grappler sent out the message to her 2.2 million followers as WWE fans readied for Hell in a Cell.
One WWE fan wrote: "Can't wait Queen. SmackDown is the best.”
Another added: “You have done one heck of a job running SmackDown Paige – you are appreciated.”
Others added “It is gonna be hell” and “I can’t wait to see you there”.
“You are doing a great job as GM” another said, and one added “good luck to all the SmackDown roster”.
SmackDown will be leading the charge tonight with WWE Champion AJ Styles taking on Samoa Joe, and women’s champ Charlotte taking on Becky Lynch.
Paige was forced to retire earlier this year after a string of neck injuries – but quickly took to her new role.
She is a two-time Divas Champion and is regarded as one of the forerunners of WWE’s newfound focus on women’s wrestling.
Hell in a Cell tonight will be headlined by Braun Strowman taking on Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship with Mick Foley as special referee.