Brie Bella returned to the ring last week on RAW where she and her sister Nikki teamed together on RAW for the first time in more than three years to take on The Riott Squad.The WWE Universe expected a certain amount of ring rust, but Brie Bella’s two botched suicide dives were the most talked about moves on social media following the show.
Brie wrestled at the first ever Women’s Royal Rumble back in January but ahead of the show she hadn’t set foot in the ring since her retirement at WrestleMania 32.
Brie also gave birth to her first daughter Birdie Joe last year which she herself stated in an interview with Yahoo Sports was one of the reasons why she botched such simple moves.
“With any type of physical body change, it changes so much. Even last week on ‘RAW’ when I did the suicide dive and it was less momentum than I should have had, I forgot that I’m 10 pounds heavier than what I was. Gravity doesn’t lie. That was a little different for me.”
Brie went on to insist that she wasn’t that worried about the fact that the WWE Universe was talking about these botches since she isn’t afraid to fail.
“I don’t mind if I fail or if I succeed. No matter what, I want to look back with no regrets. If I fail, last week, for example, I went to sleep at night and I was kind of bummed out, but I learned something about myself. I learned where my body is at, where I am at.”
Brie teams with her husband Daniel Bryan to take on Maryse and The Miz this weekend at Hell in a Cell in a mixed tag team match.