“I was cleared to do minimal things and they gave me an inch, and I took a mile,” she wrote. “I thought I could do it even though the fracture wasnâ<80><99>t completely bridged. WWE gave me a match and I took full advantage of it, but it didnâ<80><99>t work out to my advantage. With being in the ring only about five seconds, I did a dropkick which I decided to change in mid-air (not a smart idea). Not only did I botch it, but I instantly knew I had re-broken my clavicle!”
“It’s been about 14 weeks since my surgery and many wonder when I will be back. Well, the first time around I would inform everyone what the doctors told me and I personally got my hopes up for those dates! It kept getting pushed back and my heart kept getting crushed. I will let you know that I had a cat scan two weeks ago and things are looking great and Iâ<80><99>m feeling even better! All the bones are connected and healing and are in perfect alignment. Bones have a timeframe of there own, different for everyone in healing. I am in physical therapy and will be back very soon!”
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