Bayley's come back: "My body still has to get used to"



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Bayley's come back: "My body still has to get used to"

During the night of SummerSlam, there were three huge returns in the WWE women's sector, with Bayley, IYO SKY and Dakota Kai making their return to the company's rings as a stable, after the opening of the evening, which saw Bianca Belair go up to give her title of champion of the red show against the enemy Becky Lynch.

Immediately after the opening of the ppv, at a certain point in the Nissan Stadium the entrance music of Bayley, former world champion of the WWE main roster, resounded, which was joined by two great faces now ex NXT: Dakota Kai and the ex I Shirai.

The three of them faced the champion and her challenger Becky Lynch face to face, without touching them with a finger, but they immediately made it clear how they are now the new protagonists of the Raw women's scene.

From Summerslam until today, the three heel athletes, who in the meantime have set up the stable of the Damage CTRL, have given a lot of trouble to the faces Alexa Bliss, Asuka and the champion Bianca Belair, with Bayley who will challenge Belair for the title to Extreme Rules.

Bayley's come back: "My body still has to get used to"

In the last interview released to the microphones of The Five Count podcast, Bayley wanted to tell the greatest difficulty of her in returning to fight after a year of stoppage due to her injury, with the athlete who said: "It was very difficult, to be honest.

It's all a lot of fun and I've been doing this for years, but I've never been this far from the ring, it's still an honor to be on all the shows, only going wildly far and wide for all the shows makes me some problem, my body is so confused.

I've been home for a year for rehab and now it's like 'Oh wait, are you still doing this? Are you still struggling? Do you still travel like a crazy woman? ' So now my body and immune system are trying to keep up with my travel schedule, again, but I'll be fine. The WWE lifestyle is really crazy, but I'm having a blast."