Ouch, in smaller form. There is no way of telling when someone is going to go on the shelf with an injury. It can happen to any wrestler at any time and there is no way around it. Some injuries may be worse than others but one of the worst things that you have to do is wait to see just how bad things are. That is the nature of injuries in general, but some people are more prone to them than others. They can completely change the direction a wrestler or a division is going and that is the situation that someone in WWE seems to be dealing with at the moment.

According to PWInsider.com, Alexa Bliss has been dealing with an injury that has kept her out of the ring since Hell In A Cell. Bliss is currently sidelined with a shoulder injury, though it is not clear when the injury originally took place. As a result, Bliss has not been present at recent WWE tapings and it is not clear when she will be back in the ring. She has also been pulled from an upcoming appearance at Ringsidefest in New York City, though the change was blamed on a personal matter, which may or may not have been her shoulder injury.

Bliss has been on the main WWE roster since 2016 and has seen quite a bit of success, winning a combined five Women’s Titles. However, she has also missed quite a bit of time due to injuries, most notably concussions, which have kept her out of the ring for several months at a time. Bliss’ most recent success came with unlikely partner Nikki Cross, when the two won the Raw Tag Team Titles, which they lost to the Kabuki Warriors in Bliss’ latest match at Hell In A Cell.

Bliss can still do a lot of good things. Check out some of her greatest hits:

Alexa Bliss' WWE Women's Championship victories

Opinion: I’m not sure how banged up Bliss is at the moment but this does not sound good. She seems like she is always getting hurt in one way or another and given her tiny size, that isn’t the biggest surprise. That is certainly not her fault but there is only so much that someone her size can absorb when it comes to injuries. She has all kinds of talent but the question is going to be can she stay healthy. One important thing though was how much talent she has and is going to be around WWE as long as she wants to be in some form or another.

Do you think Bliss will be forced to retire due to her injuries? What do you see her doing next? Let us know in the comments below.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books. His latest book is KB’s Complete 2004 Monday Night Raw Reviews.

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