WWE Star Carmella Opens Up About Making A Full Recovery 

After being sidelined since August 2022, the former WWE “SmackDown” Women’s Champion made a comeback on the February 6 episode of WWE Raw, where she defeated Piper Niven, Candice LeRae, and Mia Yim to qualify for the women’s Elimination Chamber match.

During her appearance on WWE’s “The Bump,” Carmella disclosed that she had jitters prior to her significant comeback. The amount of time that Carmella had been out was the longest. “The longest period prior to this was probably two to three months.” In my ten years with WWE, I have never missed a game or been hurt. I’ve never travelled before, so this is a first for me. So, I won’t deny that I was a little concerned.

Carmella‘s new outfit

Coming back, I was anxious, wondering if anyone would remember me. Will I behave similarly in the ring? “How will I proceed?” Carmella said that she was ready and made the most of her time off to make sure she had done everything. She expressed her happiness at being back and claimed she had never felt more at ease in her own flesh and clothing.

The “Raw” star discussed her new ring costume, which, according to her, honours her previous gear while also reflecting her current role. Carmella claimed that none of her previous clothes could compare to her current one, but she did give a hint about a possible return of the one-piece outfit. She also made a suggestion that she would dress differently for this Saturday’s high-profile live Elimination Chamber event.

Thunder Rosa, has made an unusual announcement

The former AEW Women’s Champion, Thunder Rosa, has made an unusual announcement regarding her return to the screen, even though she hasn’t been given the go-ahead to compete again in the ring. Rosa announced her official joining of the All Elite Spanish commentary desk and personality on her social media platforms.

The 36-year-old continued, saying she’s “thrilled to be able to serve Spanish-speaking admirers” in a different way as she heals from a serious back ailment. Rosa also gave another update on her rehabilitation, saying that she is looking forward to meeting everyone from the Spanish announcement desk and that her health is a journey with “ups and downs.”


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