WWE SmackDown Diva Looks Rough In Sad Photo

Fans noted how the former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion, Aliyah was pulled from TV due to an injury. The nature of the injury was not known at the time but Aliyah has since posted a photo that suggests that she may be dealing with an injury to her shoulder.



Aliyah is dealing with shoulder injury

Aliyah revealed a photo in which it can bee seen that her shoulder is bruised which usually indicates that something is torn. The severity of the injury or when she might return to action is unclear, but as reported last week in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the belief is that the injury is not expected to keep her out for too long and at one point she was listed internally for this week’s SmackDown. However, as of today, she is not advertised for the show.


Shotzi made her return a couple of weeks ago as a babyface seemingly to take Aliyah’s spot to help Raquel Rodriguez fend off Bayley’s Damage CTRL stable. However, if Aliyah is returning soon then she could be inserted into that storyline right away.

Aliyah was brought up to the SmackDown roster several months ago and she had been featured prominently on TV over the last couple of months since Triple H took over creative for Vince McMahon. Speaking about SmackDown, Hurricane Ian has raised concerns for WWE. It has left more than 2 million people in Florida without power. While this week’s edition of SmackDown will take place in Winnipeg, Canada, a large portion of the WWE roster resides in Florida, with the WWE Performance Center located in Orlando.

Hurricane Ian devastated much of coastal southwest Florida into darkness Wednesday, as the monster storm brought catastrophic storm surges, wind, and flooding that had officials readying a huge emergency response. The US Border Patrol said 20 migrants were missing after their boat sank, with four Cubans swimming to shore in the Florida Keys islands and three rescued at sea by the coast guard. As hurricane conditions spread, forecasters warned of a once-in-a-generation calamity.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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