Gigi Dolin suffered a serious injury

Once again a bad knee injury comes to a woman in WWE

by Simone Brugnoli
Gigi Dolin suffered a serious injury
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We haven't seen Gigi Dolin step into a WWE ring to wrestle in a match on NXT since March, with the wrestler appearing in a few episodes only to record some segments with Arianna Grace who was trying to turn her into a beauty queen.

Unfortunately, however, even those segments were eventually cut from the programming, with fans who began to wonder what happened to the former Toxic Attraction. The journalists at Fightful Select updated us, having already communicated a few days ago that there were no imminent creative plans for her with the Stamford federation that dropped the storyline with Arianna Grace, and now they let us know that Gigi Dolin is on hiatus due to a serious knee injury.

Gigi Dolin is injured

The recovery times of the wrestler (Gigi Dolin) are not yet known or if she has already had surgery and started rehabilitation, but what is certain is that several women in WWE, especially in NXT, are suffering a lot from knee injuries, a particularly sensitive part of the female body.

During a recent live broadcast on popular streaming site Twitch, NXT Superstar Javier Bernal announced that he has injured his foot in a match and will be sidelined for a while. “Well, I found out the other day that I broke my foot in a few places, so, you know, it sucks.

Yeah, it’s kind of hard to say out loud, but… Let’s get over this. So, excuse me. A lot of you know me as Big Body Javi on TV, but, that’s all I’ve ever wanted to do, friends… This is really hard to deal with, really hard.

You’ve probably seen a clip of it, and I’m sure I’ll post it in the next few days. But yeah, I broke my foot in a few places. It sucks, but that’s the way it is. Two days ago, I broke it in a few places and they initially told me that I probably wouldn’t need surgery, but then the next day, the MRI wasn’t really clear and they looked it up and it looks like I probably need surgery on my foot.

I expected to be able to recover in six weeks without surgery, but from what I understand it will be six months [with surgery]”.