The news of Nikki Bella taking retirement from the WWE is on the air for quite sometimes and there’s some legitimacy to it as Daniel Bryan and John Cena noted it during last week’s Talking Smack show.
The reports were first given by cagesideseats.com which stated that the neck injury is giving her a lot of trouble and she has to option but to quit wrestling. This injury is being considered as the most sensitive one for the wrestlers which force names like Stone Cold, Edge, Daniel Bryan and more to call it a day.
It was also reported that due to this a match is being planned at Wrestlemania where Nikki Bella will team up with his real-life partner, John Cena for the very first and last time on WWE TV. The plan is still intact given that the conditions have been changed to a different capacity.
The latest from Pro-wrestling sheet has stated that the neck surgery that she has undergone in 2016 is forcing her to quit wrestling to some extent. But, this will not end her wrestling career, forever. She is discussing ideas with the WWE creative to move onto a different role. This time, she will feature as a part-time wrestler in the WWE.
Once Wrestlemania is done, Nikki will take some time off which is much needed for her since the broken neck is not allowing her to wrestle in a full-time capacity. It is creating numbness in one part of her body which is really concerned about her body. She will be back to wrestle only in big events conducted by WWE like Summerslam, Survivor Series, this year.
The source has also confirmed that Nikki’s contract with WWE will be over after Wrestlemania 33. But, she will be renewing the contract with a part-timer role. She will be continuing her stint as the reality television star in Total Divas. She has recently become the executive producer of the show, as well.