Brie Bella followed her husband Daniel Bryan’s footsteps and decided to take retirement from in-ring actions after having the huge ten Divas tag team match at Wrestlemania 32 in which their team managed to pick up the victory after she put Naomi in his husband’s pedant move of Yes lock. The announcement was just around the corner after Brie was given a literal farewell by her fellow team members on the spot and her sister Nikki joined them to share the moment.
The reason behind her retirement is obviously Daniel Bryan whom she wants to give more time as seen on Total Divas and they are also planning to start a family very soon. Brie Bella had a sit down with for an interview where she talked about the situation and wished to have another match and an in-ring return somewhere down the line, if possible. She accepted the fact that Wrestlemania 32 was her last match, as of now, but it may not be her last as still kept the door open for an inevitable in-ring return in future. She cleared that, this is just a break and not the end of her career.


Here’s what Brie said, “Yes. WrestleMania 32 was my last match. I wouldn’t say my last match forever, just my last match you’ll see in a while. I am here at home because Daniel Bryan and I want to start a family soon. Or I shouldn’t say soon – I want to start it now! We’re going to start having babies, so I have to put my career on hold. ”

With her career on hold, Brie confirmed that she will focus on being a brand ambassador for the WWE and also disclose her return planning. She added, “We’re going to start having babies, so I’ve put my career on hold. It doesn’t mean I’m going to be gone. I’m going to be an ambassador for WWE. But I’m going to try motherhood. I hate saying retirement because after I have kids, I would love to make a comeback into the ring. I feel like I could bring a whole army with me, like Trish Stratus, who’s a mother. Michelle McCool, who’s a mother. Beth Phoenix, who’s a mom. It’s a good bunch of us who could come back and have one hell of a career.”

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