Chelsea Green’s return to WWE during the Royal Rumble this year was met with a lot of positive reception. Since her return, Chelsea Green has been part of Monday Night RAW, where she has been portraying the role of a ‘Karen.’ Green has a history of injuries and going to the hospital often. Unfortunately, it seems Green has been hospitalized due to a severe stomach infection.

Chelsea Green competed at her first WrestleMania last week, where she partnered up with Sonya Deville in the Women’s Showcase Tag-Team Match. However, Green was not part of the winning team in the end.

Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler ended up winning the Women’s Showcase Tag-Team Match after Rousey tapped out Shotzi Blackheart with an armbar. Fans were disappointed Chelsea Green did not get to do much in the match.

Chelsea Green took to Twitter and uploaded a photo of herself at the hospital, where Green revealed that she has been hospitalized after suffering a severe stomach infection and distended gall bladder.


I thought I celebrated my first Mania too hard 😝🍹… turns out I actually had a severe stomach bug & a distended gall bladder. (Thank god the manager of the ER took care of me. Will NOT be filing any complaints this weekend.)

Chelsea Green’s return to WWE has been met with overwhelmingly positive reactions behind the scenes. With a refreshed outlook and a resume of success, Green made it clear she is here to stay in WWE. We wish her a speedy recovery and hope Green can return as soon as possible and file complaints to the manager as much as she wants again.

What’s your take on Chelsea Green back in WWE? Do you feel bad for her getting hospitalized? Sound off in the comments!

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