Talent being pulled from WWE’s active roster is not uncommon and can happen for various reasons, ranging from injuries to personal circumstances. Raquel Rodriguez recently found herself in such a situation due to health issues.

In January, Rodriguez revealed that she had been diagnosed with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), condition characterized by allergic symptoms such as hives, swelling, low blood pressure, difficulty breathing, and severe diarrhea. This diagnosis led to her absence from WWE TV as she focused on managing her health. Although she returned in February, her condition flared up again, causing concerns about her participation in the WWE Elimination Chamber PLE event in Perth, Western Australia.

Fortunately, Rodriguez was able to compete in the Women’s Elimination Chamber Match, which was ultimately won by Becky Lynch. However, recent reports from Pwinsider indicate that Rodriguez has been pulled from the active WWE roster. While the exact reason for her absence remains unclear, she is currently listed internally with other talents who are out of action.

Whether Rodriguez is sidelined due to injury or a recurrence of her MCAS symptoms, the wrestling community hopes for her swift recovery and eventual return to the ring. Her resilience and dedication to her craft are admired, and fans eagerly anticipate seeing her back in action when she is ready. Until then, we send her our best wishes and support during this challenging time.


How do you think Raquel Rodriguez’s experience with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome highlights the importance of prioritizing health and well-being in the demanding world of professional wrestling? Let us know in the comments below.

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