After winning the Money In The Bank briefcase and the Raw Women's title in the same night, Alexa Bliss was on an absolute roll in 2018.
Despite not being the most technically-proficient in the squared circle, her character work and promo skills are probably up there with the best on the roster.
But after losing her belt to Ronda Rousey at SummerSlam, things have taken a turn for the worse.
Bliss was taken out of her confirmed match at the first-ever all-women's pay-per-view - Evolution - a few weeks ago, where she was to team with Mickie James to face Hall of Famers Lita and Trish Stratus.
The five-time Women's Champion was relegated to a ringside role as Alicia Fox took her place instead.
This past Monday night on Raw, Bliss was introduced by Raw GM Baron Corbin as the official 'team captain' for the red brand's female team for their five-on-five elimination bout with SmackDown at Survivor Series.
Her reveal though that she would not be competing definitely indicated that something was amiss.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has since confirmed that Bliss has suffered from 'multiple concussions' recently, hence why she has been active.
The absence has caused several people to speculate that time may well be up for the 27-year-old at such a young age, as stepping back into the ring after multiple head injuries can be very dangerous.
But Alexa has now commented on all the rumours via her official Twitter account.
Bliss simply commented '... I’m not going anywhere,' before posting an image of Arnold Schwarzenegger's 'Terminator' character and his famous quote 'i'll be back'.
We have no clue as to when she will be competing again, but we can only hope it's sooner rather than later as Bliss continues on the road to recovery.
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