On yesterday’s episode of the Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer reported that Alexa Bliss’ recent injury may be worse than feared.
It was originally thought that Bliss had recently suffered just one concussion but Meltzer claims that she has actually suffered several in a short period of time.
Bliss has not wrestled in some time. Her last televised match was a title match against Ronda Rousey at Hell in a Cell on September 16th. She made a return for a tag match with Mickie James against Rousey and Nia Jax at a house show on October 20th but was pulled from Evolution little over a week later.
These injury reports and Alexa’s removal from the Mixed Match Challenge as well as the Evolution match have led to speculation that she may be forced to retire from in-ring competition.
The rumours were fuelled when Bliss was announced as the captain of Raw‘s Survivor Series women’s team and she announced that she would not be competing in the match.
It has also been speculated that since she came to the ring wearing business attire, WWE might be lining her up to join or replace Baron Corbin as a heel authority figure.
Alexa took to Twitter yesterday to address the situation, seemingly shooting down the speculation that suggested she was done in the ring.
… I’m not going anywhere. ?? pic.twitter.com/7LHnMPLc4v
— Lexi Kaufman (@AlexaBliss_WWE) November 11, 2018
We here at WrestleTalk would like to wish Bliss a speedy recovery, and we hope to see her back in a WWE ring soon.