WWE: Paige will undergo neck surgery

WWE diva Paige will undergo neck surgery on Wednesday (October 19)

Written by: Raja

Bengaluru, Oct 18: As reported earlier, Paige will have to undergo a much-needed neck surgery to save her wrestling career.

It was said that she was nagging with the injury for a better part of this year and continued wrestling with the concussion which led to the severity.

Paige (Image courtesy: WWE)

The condition is much like Nikki Bella who suffered the same fate, last year. Despite feeling the pain on her neck for most of the part during her title reign, she tried to heal up by using injections, painkillers and doing therapies.

When none of those worked out, she consulted Dr. Uribe to come up with the ultimate solution of surgery. She got cured fully but missed almost an entire year in her career.

Paige is also undergoing treatment under the same doctor who suggested her two options. One was the short route and the second one was the major surgery.

Keeping her career in mind, Paige has chosen the second route and hence she will be undergoing surgery on next Wednesday, October 19.

Uribe is the same doctor who is dealing with the career-threatening neck injury that Tyson Kidd is suffering who perhaps cannot step into the ring, ever again.

Paige recently was present in the New York City with her boyfriend, Alberto Del Rio. She appeared in an interview with TMZ.com where she was asked about her current situation with WWE but she did not want to make any comment regarding the situation knowing how sensitive the matters are, as of now.

We can only hope that with times things get better between the two parties and Paige can make a healthy return to WWE on a full-time basis.

After undergoing the surgery, she has to take complete bed rest for at least 3 months before returning to her training sessions.

Further, it will take more than two months for her to be in complete shape for wrestling which means she will be missing next year’s Wrestlemania.

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