Alexa Bliss has not been completely cleared for in-ring activity, as per another report by Dave Meltzer and F4Wonline.com.
As we noted on Tuesday, WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry showed up on Busted Open Radio and asserted Bliss has been 100% cleared to come back to the ring following her time off because of blackout side effects.
Meltzer noticed that Bliss has constrained freedom for physical movement. WWE medicinal staff were observing intently at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando a week ago as Bliss came back to in-ring preparing.
Euphoria has endured numerous blackouts in a brief timeframe, the last one purportedly occurring in late October. Rapture has stayed on TV and was as of late put responsible for the RAW ladies’ division in the storylines.
Henry, who assessed Bliss could wrestle when one week from now, additionally discussed an ongoing discussion he had with Bliss where she discussed exactly how terrible she got with the blackout indications.
“We sat and spoke for around 15-20 minutes,” Henry reviewed, “And she resembled, ‘Better believe it, I was downright terrible off. I couldn’t recollect where I was, I couldn’t recall what I was doing in the city.’ We were flying from London to Switzerland and she stated, ‘I couldn’t recollect what flight or anything. I needed to depend one every other person instructing me. I couldn’t stand up straight, I had vertigo.’ She said she was badly, and after that she returned too early, slammed her head once more, and truly was in an awful place.”