Raquel Rodriguez was sidelined for a few months due to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. However, she made a return on RAW last month and competed at Elimination Chamber. She has been absent this month and has now revealed she is undergoing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to aid in her recovery.

Rodriguez previously revealed that she had been diagnosed with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. At the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event, Raquel Rodriguez competed in the Women’s Elimination Chamber match.

Raquel showcased her strength inside the Elimination Chamber, using it to punish those within the structure. She then competed on the February 26th RAW and has been absent ever since.

Rodriguez took to Instagram and uploaded a photo of herself wearing an oxygen mask, revealing that she is undergoing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to aid in her recovery.

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”Living for that chamber life! On my healing journey and finally getting to test out the Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy 😮‍💨🫁 what do yall think? I plan on sharing all the new technology I’m learning about to help heal myself and hopefully help others too @revive_biotech #hyperbaricchambertherapy⚗️”

Raquel Rodriguez earned widespread respect from fans and fellow wrestlers for her courageous decision to compete at the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event despite experiencing a flare-up of her Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. As the future remains uncertain, fans eagerly await to see what lies ahead for Rodriguez in the coming weeks and continue to offer their support and admiration for her resilience.

Do you have more respect for Raquel Rodriguez after her ordeal? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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