WWE News: Nikki Bella to return with a new finishing move

Arindam Paul / 18 June 2016

The Bella Army had faced terrible roadblock since last year’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view which marked Nikki Bella’s hiatus from the ring for an indefinite time. Whether she was supposed to be back in the ring after a short vacation but the injury eventually turned out to be a legitimate one and she had to undergo surgery at the start of this year causing her to stay away from the ring for an uncertain span of time.

On the other hand, in her sister’s absence, Brie Bella was given with the championship opportunity against the WWE Women’s champion Charlotte but she failed to do it and after Wrestlemania she took retirement from the ring. The rumors of the longest reigning Divas champion, Nikki Bella coming back to the ring has yet to come to fruition. In addition, there’s more bad news for Nikki Bella fans.

Nikki was attending a Q&A session on Twitter where she was asked whether she would continue to use the Rack Attack finishing maneuver after her return. The answer came with some negative response as given below:

It is to be noted that the Rack Attack move has led her to the serious neck injury. Nikki Bella has been sidelined due to the neck injury since October last year. There had been constant speculations about her return in WWE and she was expected to be back anytime soon. But news broke out on WWE.com that said the longest reigning Divas champion has no choice but to undergo a surgery which will keep him away from the ring for more or less six months or more.

There have been constant speculations with the return of the former Divas champion, as of late over her posts on the social media. Though, no such concrete indications have been found, yet. Nikki Bella is expected to be back within a couple of months from now. Meanwhile, she will continue to be a part of the Total Divas cast and have her own show on the E! Network named “Total Bellas” which will portray the recovery journey from the devastating injury.

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