Former RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss has been out of action for awhile now after suffering multiple concussions over a short period of time. It was reported earlier in the week that even though Bliss has began training in hopes for a return, it is being said that her in-ring future is uncertain.

Alexa Bliss recently appeared at the ACE Comic Con in Phoenix, Arizona where she sat down with former WWE Ring Announcer Lilian Garcia. During the interview Alexa Bliss opens up about her recent concussions and the process she is going through in hopes of stepping back into the ring.

“It was one that happened and then I went back too soon and re-aggravated it.”

“Well, I plan on coming back pretty soon. WWE is very careful when it comes to us with concussions and any injury and we have the best of the best taking care of us and you have to go through concussion protocol.”

“Everyone’s just being, you know, pretty cautious and they should it’s the brain and you only get one, you can’t trade it off for another. I’ve been doing pretty well. I’ve been training in the Performance Center. I’ve been training in the ring there.”

“So there is definitely hope of me returning to the ring relatively soon. It just depends on you know, it’s a brain. You can’t really tell it to heal. It’s you know, my MRIs and everything look good and as long as I look good and as long as I don’t have symptoms. Because that’s the thing, if you feel good and you know you’re good and you go in the ring and you have a symptom you have to start all the way from square one.”

“Like if you get a headache or memory loss or something like that. I’ve been doing good, I’m feeling good and sooner or later I’ll be doing Moment Of Bliss and in the ring. A little double-feature.”

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(H/T our friends at Ringsidenews.com for the transcriptions.)