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TOP WWE Superstar plans to RETURN following pregnancy

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Carmella, the former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion, is currently preparing for a significant life event, but will she return to the ring?

She and Corey Graves are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their first child. While this joyous occasion has led to Carmella’s absence from the WWE ring, fans have been left wondering about her future in wrestling.

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Carmella WWE: A Planned Return to the Ring

In a recent interview with Distractify, Carmella addressed these speculations, confirming that she ‘definitely’ plans on returning to the ring after her pregnancy.

This announcement has excited fans who have been missing her presence in the WWE universe. Carmella’s return will not only be a personal triumph but also a testament to her dedication to her career and her fans.

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A Thoughtful Approach to Her WWE Return

While Carmella is eager to return to the ring, she also emphasises the importance of taking her time in the interview:

“I definitely want to take my time going back, I don’t want to rush. Having a baby and delivering a baby in and of itself is such a huge physical toll on the body.”

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A History of Overcoming Challenges

This isn’t the first time Carmella has faced challenges in her wrestling career. She has previously expressed frustration with WWE’s portrayal of her achievements, particularly when she was overlooked as the first women’s Money in the Bank winner.

Despite these setbacks, Carmella has always shown resilience and determination, qualities that will undoubtedly aid her in her return to the ring.

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