Roxanne Perez worried the NXT Universe when fainted at NXT Roadblock. She had just retained the NXT Women’s Title against Meiko Satomura, but that contest took its toll on the young Superstar.

Roxanne Perez was at the WWE Performance Center working out the day after Roadblock. Still, WWE doesn’t seem too eager to book her for another contest.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter provided a couple of notes about Roxanne Perez’s current situation. It was said that her issue isn’t a physical one, but NXT is still waiting to see what their next move is.

“There is an injury angle going on with Roxanne Perez. Last week they had her collapsing in the ring, the same angle Shawn Michaels did in 1995 with Owen Hart which led to Michaels for the first time being a legit drawing card after. There is an undisclosed medical issue with Perez regarding her maybe not being available.


It’s not an injury or something that doesn’t allow her to wrestle, because she did the match with Meiko Satomura and was training after the match. But we’re told it’s possible she will need to take a very short time or a longer time off and the way the injury storyline was done covers them no matter what the determination is, which was supposed to be clear this week.”

Roxanne Perez has a huge upside to her. She is young, passionate about pro wrestling, and he has improved remarkably thanks to all of the characteristics that saw her receive a WWE deal in the first place. Hopefully, Perez will be able to make it back to the ring by Stand & Deliver, but it seems that they are preparing a big ladder match just in case.

What’s your take on Roxanne Perez’s injury situation? Sound off in the comments!

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