Aliyah confirms rib and shoulder injuries

In a post on social media, former WWE Women’s Tag Team champion Aliyah confirmed that she is currently out injured, suffering from rib and AC sprain problems.

The injuries took place during the tag team match with Raquel Gonzalez against Damage Control, a match which Damage Control won and took the titles away from Aliyah and Gonzalez just 14 days after winning them.

“I have to say my last match was probably one of my most favorite. And I would like to thank my tag partner Raquel and Damage CTRL and everyone involved,” Aliyah wrote. “Yes I got injured mid match, however I have this overwhelming gratitude towards the incident because I felt like it pulled out a version of me that I never even knew existed. ‘Keep going!’ I remember thinking. ‘I never get opportunities like this one’ another voice in my head screamed.”

She said the emotions and energy she was feeling in that moment truly lit her up inside and felt indestructible even with injuries to her rib and shoulder.

“I am very grateful to get to do what I do and I hope my passion and efforts transcended thru your television screen. I don’t know what the future holds or when I’ll be back. But I just want to say thank you for everyone that has reached out. I really can’t wait to get back in the ring,” she concluded.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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