Bayley confuses WWE fans with a tweet



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Bayley confuses WWE fans with a tweet

A character who was most important to WWE during the pandemic period in which fans were not allowed into the company's arenas was undoubtedly Bayley, former Friday Night Smackdown champion and former tag team champion on the company's main roster, with her ex-best friend, Sasha Banks, who has since taken the reins of her opponent a bit since her departure, remaining in the upper echelons of the federation, in a feud with former champion Bianca Belair.

Unfortunately for her, in recent months, Bayley was hit by a leg injury, exactly in the month of July, when during a workout the WWE Role Model suffered an unspecified injury to a leg, having to undergo treatment. details, which will keep her out of the scene for about nine months.

At Smackdown, however, everything remained under control, with three great athletes who will hold the women's flag of the company aloft, with Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks, who will also face off at Crown Jewel, to find out who will continue to reign on the women's sector of the blue show.

Bayley is currently sidelined with an injury

In the last few hours, former Friday Night Smackdown champion Bayley wanted to send a message to the company and fans of the WWE Universe, posting the following words on her Twitter account: "It might get harder to understand, but it doesn't get any less important.

What I want doesn't exist yet. #Raw #Smackdown" It is not known at the moment what the former champion of Smackdown was referring to, perhaps to the trend of the women's sector of the company, after the first rounds of the tournament dedicated to the future queen of the WWE ring or perhaps to something external to the company, but the hashtags with Raw and Smackdown say a lot about the girl's thinking.

If everything reported in the last few weeks turns out to be true, Bayley will not return before the month of March, that is, specifies for the next edition of Wrestlemania, provided that Bayley does not suffer some relapses or that WWE is ready to welcome his Role Model for that time of year.

Bayley's ACL injury in July meant she would be sidelined for at least nine months. The former WWE SmackDown Women's Champion couldn't even challenge for the title that she once held for 300+ days and, upon her return, could be in line for a title shot.

The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship is currently held by Becky Lynch, who won the strap from Bianca Belair at SummerSlam. Lynch is set to put her title on the line against Belair in a rematch at Extreme Rules. It remains to be seen which Superstar walks out with the win.