273 Days. That's how long it's been since I was told I couldn't wrestle. Feeling very emotional right now. So blessed for my health. Had such an amazing training session tonight! Beat that back up on the ropes! When they say you can't, show them why you can. Make the impossible, possible. I have a long road ahead but I will be back! Stronger than ever!! They don't call me Fearless Nikki for nothing! #stayfearless
Nikki posted a couple of tweets about her MRI today. She should learn how her neck is and when she can return to WWE.
— Nikki & Brie (@BellaTwins) July 19, 2016
My destiny awaits me…. pic.twitter.com/vsyuAGipXV
— Nikki & Brie (@BellaTwins) July 20, 2016
The new “Ghostbusters” movie is a reimagining of the 1985 classic — only this time with an all-female lead cast. That switch earned the film some early backlash from outraged fans, but it made us think: What would classic factions throughout WWE history look like with all-female members?
Our culture is obsessed with super groups — The Avengers, the 2016 Golden State Warriors, The nWo — which, if these three Superstars actually ever grouped up together, would most certainly stand for The New Women’s Order.
Sasha Banks and The Bella Twins, although all young, are also already icons of the Women’s division in WWE. The original nWo was founded upon the idea of all-stars coming together to form a group that would be borderline unstoppable … and The Boss merging with The Bella Empire would be just that.
Forget the wrestler clichés — muscled dudes in weird outfits and weirder hairstyles — and check out WWE superstars Nikki and Brie, the Bella Twins. With a social media presence of more than 20 million followers, they’ve entertained fans around the world with their athleticism and personalities, and proved to be a powerful marketing force, as part of campaigns for Pepsi, DraftKings, Slim Jim, and Mike’s Hard Lemonade. E! will debut “Total Bellas,” a spinoff of the network’s hit series “Total Divas,” on Oct. 5. “In a male-dominated industry like WWE, being impactful was always important, but our goal will always be sending an inspirational message, affecting lives outside WWE,” they note.