Mark Henry provides an update on Alexa Bliss.
Fans haven't seen Alexa Bliss in a wrestling capacity since she competed at a WWE Live Event on Oct. 20 in Hartford, Connecticut. It was just her second bout back after missing a month with what WWE claimed to be an arm injury. Bliss teamed with Mickie James on that night to take on Ronda Rousey and Nia Jax. During the bout, Bliss suffered a concussion and was kept on the sidelines for WWE Evolution, where she was scheduled to team with James against Trish Stratus and Lita. Alicia Fox took her place in the match.
Appearing on Busted Open Radio, Mark Henry discussed Bliss' injury and revealed that she has been cleared for an in-ring return.
"I wanted to talk to her to see how she was. We sat for 15 - 20 minutes and she was like, 'I was really bad off. I couldn't remember where I was. I couldn't remember what I was doing.' She said, 'I couldn't remember what flight or anything. I had to rely on everyone else to tell me what to do. And I couldn't stand up straight. I had vertigo.' She came back too soon, banged her head again, and really was in a bad place," Henry stated. "Now, she's fine. She's been cleared. We're happy that she's gonna be back in the fray."
Henry didn't have a return date for Bliss, but said she is "100 percent cleared."
On Nov. 28, Bliss posted a photo of herself at the WWE Performance Center with the caption "Day 1" alluding that she had been cleared to begin training again.
As previously reported by the Wrestling Observer, Bliss suffered an unknown number of concussions in a short period of time and that WWE is being careful about bringing her back to compete in the ring.
Despite not being able to wrestle, Bliss has still been featured weekly on WWE Raw. She was recently appointed by Baron Corbin to oversee the Raw women's division.