Nikki Bella cleared to make WWE return

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The WWE have been on a roll in recent days, suspending three superstars for violating the Wellness Policy.

With Alberto Del Rio, Paige and Eva Marie all being out for the next 30 days, the WWE Universe could do with some good news.

And fans of the Women's division may have just gotten that good news, as one previously injured superstar has been cleared to finally make her return.


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According to a report from Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet, Nikki has finally been cleared by a doctor.

"Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned it’s only a matter of time before we see Nikki Bella back in a WWE ring … because doctors have officially cleared her for a return," Satin wrote in the article.

However, not much is still known about Bella's return to the WWE.

"As we previously reported, Nikki started training again last month and was waiting to get the green light from WWE’s medical staff. We’re told that’s finally happened," he continued.

The former Divas Champion has been out of action for 10 months now after undergoing very severe surgery on her neck that could have ended her career.

Bella is likely to return on a part-time schedule. Seeing as she wasn't selected during the Draft, Nikki can be signed to either Monday Night Raw or SmackDown Live. Seeing as John Cena is on SmackDown, it would be a shock if Nikki didn't land there with him. 

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