The British star is expected to have a major career with the company; with WWE reportedly wanting her to win the Mae Young Classic back in 2017 before she suffered again from an ACL injury.
Nox revealed on Twitter that she actually went two years without an ACL in her knee, wrestling some high-profile contests whilst dealing with her knee issues.
The SmackDown Superstar confirmed the one-year anniversary of her knee injury on Twitter, writing:
"It’s been a whole year since the last knee surgery, which is crazy. What most people don’t know is that I wrestled for almost 2 years without an acl in my left knee (Street fight & cage match included) because absolutely NO ONE knew that at some point, the acl slipped out of place & just got stuck in between my knee…no symptoms, no pain, nothing, just a normal check up showed that ACL had been gone for a very long time."
Nox also confirmed how she found out about the extent of her knee issues:
"I remember finding out on a Wednesday & by Friday morning, WWE had flown me out to Birmingham, AL to have surgery by one of the best surgeons in the business, Dr Dugas. I honestly can’t thank wwe for the urgency, care & support since day 1!! The rehab itself went amazingly & through a ton of hard work from both myself & my PT, I was back and cleared at 7 months, way before anyone expected…I just had to bide my time to get revenge on that dastardly Poison Pixie."
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