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The fear of Nikki Bella ending her career with the WWE as a result of the injury she sustained which led to a neck surgery last Wednesday has made the internet went bananas. But the fearless Nikki shared a cute glimpse showing how fast she’s recovering by posting an adorable photo with her puppy, Winston, on Instagram saying:
“Always looking after Mommy #babywinston,” the brunette beauty captioned the sweet snap with her little pooch.
Meanwhile, Nikki Bella after her bone fusion has really proved herself be fearless indeed by showing all her fans the optimism of her returning into action in no later time. She said:
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“Surgery was a success!” she gave a thumbs up to the man treating her: “Dr. Uribe is a miracle Doctor! Already feeling more like me today. Thank you all for your love and support! Your prayers were definitely heard! #stayfearless #fearlessnikki.”
Nikki seems to be seriously injured on her neck that she finds it very difficult to move, according to her, she s
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“I can barely be in the car because of the spot where my injury is,” she said. “I have to try as much as I can not to move my neck, so it can heal.”
With her current health condition, she’s desperately running out of patience to get back into the gym.
“Feeling better every day!” she captioned another Instagram shot lying in bed. “Can’t wait till I can do arm weights and squats with no bar or weights! I won’t let this injury get me lazy or out of shape! If anything I’m going to be in the best shape of my life!! Just call me Superwoman.”
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While the Bella Army watch the scenario with keen interest, it’s still unpredictable if Nikki will be able to continue her bouts in WWE again. However, she is sure of her return, even though she will have to retire her signature move, the “Rack Attack.”

“I’ve been told by doctors to never do that again,” she explained. “The girls in the future better watch out for my killer forearm because I might not be hitting them with the ‘Rack Attack,’ but I’ll definitely be hitting them with that forearm.”
We are wishing her a quick recovery and hope for her return soonest