Bayley started Damage CTRL at last year’s SummerSlam event, as Dakota Kai and IYO Sky joined her on the main roster. The stable recently went through a change, and after an unsuccessful WarGames, it’s anyone’s guess what’s next.

Ringside News provided comprehensive coverage of WWE Survivor Series. The event was packed, as each of the five matches told their own stories. There is also a lot to unpack after everything is said and done.

After Damage CTRL’s defeat in the Women’s WarGames match, which kicked off WWE Survivor Series 2023 at the AllState Arena, Bayley shared her thoughts in a post-show digital interview. She expressed her emotions, and it seems that she is at a crossroads with her stable.

As Bayley munched on some Ruffles potato chips, the sponsor of Survivor Series, she left a very despondent message. Bayley also hinted that there are some issues with her stable, because she didn’t even know where her teammates were.


“There’s no way, there’s no words, there’s nothing I can say that would give you an insight on what I’m feeling right now, okay? WarGames, it’s bold and it’s intense, and I did everything that I could. Now I don’t know what else I have left, so. I’m going to go ice my whole body. Maybe you could find my teammates for me.”

Bayley acknowledged the intensity of WarGames and mentioned that she had given her all during the match. She concluded by stating her intention to recover and seek out her teammates.

Damage CTRL have accomplished a lot during their run in WWE so far. With the recent additions of Kairi Sane and Asuka, only time will tell what the stable looks like in a month from now. Bayley seemed to hint at the idea that she is very disappointed by the stable’s direction.

What’s your take on Bayley’s Damage CTRL stable, and how things have evolved for them? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

Transcription by Ringside News

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