Bayley Discusses Her Body’s Adjustment To WWE Return 

Bayley discussed her observations about her body’s attempt to reintegrate into the WWE lifestyle. Due to a torn ACL, the former Raw and SmackDown Women’s Champion was forced to sit out for more than a year. She returned to SummerSlam in July, so she’s not alone. Dakota Kai and IYO SKY joined Bayley. Damage CTRL is the new moniker for the trio.

While Bayley is back in the groove of things, she confesses that her return to action hasn’t been easy. She explained why there was a transition period. To be honest, Bayley admitted that it had been difficult. It’s been a lot more fun, and I’m doing things I’ve never done before, and it’s been an honour to be on all of the shows, just running wild on each of the shows, and yet my body is completely confused. I was at home for a year rehab work, but now I’m like, Oh, you are still doing this? Do you continue to wrestle? Do you still make the journey like a crazy person?

So, now that my body and immunity are catching up to my travel schedule, I’ll be fine. The WWE lifestyle is insane, but I’m having a blast. Bayley will compete in her first aired on television title match since her injury. On October 8, she will face Bianca Belair for the Raw Women’s Championship in a Ladder Match at Extreme Rules.

Her return at SummerSlam with IYO SKY and Dakota Kai

Bayley has been centred on dominating the women’s division since her return at WWE SummerSlam with IYO SKY and Dakota Kai by her side. She will have her best chance yet to do that when she competes for the Raw Women’s Title against Bianca Belair at Extreme Rules on October 8. Despite significant opportunities open and successes already achieved, Bayley revealed her plans for the remainder of her career before hanging up her shoes for good.

There are a lot of women in NXT who I would love to do tales with and tell stories with, but I still haven’t main-evented WrestleMania, as well as I feel that’s a big deal to everyone, particularly since it’s been completed a couple of times currently in the women’s division, Bayley clarified. That or a singles title contest at WrestleMania would be fantastic. I’d prefer to win the Royal Rumble, and those are minor accomplishments. I believe the bigger picture is simply leaving the division in good hands, which is what Damage CTRL is all about.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.