An update on Alexa Bliss.
Earlier this week, Mark Henry appeared on Busted Open Radio and stated that Alexa Bliss is "100 percent cleared" from her concussion. You can read the full quote from Henry, where he also detailed Bliss' concussion symptoms, here.
The Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer reports that isn't quite the case. Meltzer reports that Bliss has been cleared for "limited physical activity." The report goes on to say that Bliss has been taking light bumps at the WWE Performance Center and that medical staff has been nearby to monitor her.
On Nov. 28, Bliss posted a photo of herself at the WWE Performance Center with the caption "Day 1." Her last update was Nov. 30 when she tweeted "Day 3 #wweperformancecenter." She is still on the road with the company as she remains a featured player on WWE television as the overseer of the Raw women's division.
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 into the ring.