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Alexa Bliss Provides Health Update, Optimistic On In-Ring Return

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Alexa Bliss appeared at the Ace Comic Con yesterday in Phoenix, AZ. In a panel hosted by Lillian Garcia, Bliss spoke on her career, including her recent health setback that has caused her to be out of the ring.

Bliss was very hopeful on returning, and mentioned she has been training at the WWE Performance Center. She mentioned how the WWE is very cautious, and if she returns too soon, and has symptoms(headache, memory loss, etc) related to a concussion she will have to start from the beginning once again.

Bliss stated that she had one concussion that was aggravated after returning too soon. Once that happened she had to begin concussion testing from square one.

“I plan on coming back pretty soon, WWE is very careful when it comes to us, with concussions. We have the best of the best taking care of us, and you have to go through concussion protocol. Everyone is just being cautious, which they should. It’s a brain, you only get one, can’t trade it off for another.”

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Bliss also did provide a medical update indicating her MRI results looking good, and neurologists are optimistic as long as she doesn’t have any symptoms.

“I’ve been doing really well, I’ve been training at the Performance Center, and I’m training in the ring there. So…there is definitely hope soon for me to get back in the ring relatively soon, it just depends on – it’s a brain, you can’t really tell it to heal. My MRI’s and everything look good, neurologists say I look good, and as long as I don’t have symptoms. If you feel good, and you know you’re good, and you back to the ring, and you have a symptom, you have to start at square one. If you get a headache, or memory loss, but I’ve been good, I’ve been feeling good, and hopefully sooner than later, I’ll be doing ‘Moment Of Bliss’ and in the ring”

Watch her full interview with Lillian Garcia below.

ACE Comic Con Arizona 2019

Alexa Bliss: WWE Superstar – ACE Comic Con Arizona 2019

Posted by ACE Comic Con on Friday, January 11, 2019

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Katsuyori Shibata Looking To Get Medically Cleared To Return To The Ring

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Katsuyori Shibata is looking to get cleared to step into a ring once again.

According to Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Shibata is looking to get medically cleared following his recent appearance on the final night of the G1 Climax tournament.

“Katsuyori Shibata, he hasn’t been cleared, but he will be attempting to get cleared,” Meltzer stated. “He trains with his students, but the issue in question is whether it can ever be healthy for him to take head shots, and if he were to return as Katsuyori Shibata, can they work around that issue within the New Japan style.”

In 2017, Shibata collapsed backstage after a match with Kazuchika Okada at Sakura Genesis. The injury was caused by Shibata’s use of a headbutt, which he had been doing regularly since the prior year. Following his collapse, he was rushed to hopsital, where he was diagnosed with a subdural hematoma, which required emergency surgery. This caused Shibata to experience paralysis on one half of his body, and many to believe he would never wrestle again.

Following his recovery, Shibata was appointed head coach of New Japan Pro Wrestling’s dojo in Los Angeles, CA.

Shibata made a surprise appearance at the finals of the G1 Climax tournament earlier this month. Although he was not medically cleared to compete, he was involved in an angle with The Bullet Club, where he was beatdown.

 

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Backstage News On When AEW Was Aware Of Jon Moxley’s MRSA Diagnosis

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Jon Moxley announced Friday that he would no longer be competing at All Elite Wrestling’s All Out event due to a MRSA diagnosis. All Elite Wrestling was quick to announce PAC as his replacement to face Kenny Omega at the pay-per-view on 8/31.

According to Fightful Select, specific people in the company were made aware of Moxley’s diagnosis this past Wednesday (8/21).

“AEW sent word on a need to know basis on Wednesday that Moxley would be out of All Out” – Fightful Select

Mike Johnson of PWInsider reported that AEW already had plans for PAC to be at the event. The company was able to shift his surprise appearance into a wrestling role due to Moxley not being able to compete.

Jon Moxley is also out of Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport event on 9/14. He is expected to be out of action for 4 weeks. The company is hopeful he will be cleared for the TNT debut on 10/2.

 

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