Nikki, unfortunately, did not have the option to continue with the WWE without her sister. What was shocking though was when she revealed to Jimmy that she not only herniated the disc above where she had surgery but there was also a cyst in her brain.
"Nikki and Brie have never shied away from revealing every aspect of their lives to our viewers", said Amy Introcaso-Davis, Executive Vice President, Development and Production, E! It's just something that you're never gonna hear, but I'm super grateful for my health, I'm grateful it's benign, it's something that you have to look out for for the rest of your life because you never know how that can change.
In an appearance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon - alongside her twin and fellow former WWE performer Brie Bella - Nikki, 35, talked about the severity of her issues and how a visit with doctors ahead of a potential conflict raised serious red flags.
"I really wanted to go back and fight for the tag titles", Nikki told Fallon. "I've always had my neck issues and after neck surgery, it hasn't been OK. So they were like, 'you're done, no more.' So I didn't get a choice, which sucks". She returned to wrestle a light schedule, but has not competed in a match since losing to Ronda Rousey on November 9 at a WWE live event in Bologna, Italy.
"You never know. we'll see what the man upstairs has in store for me", she hinted. She was the WWE Divas champion twice. So I didn't get a choice, ' Nikki said.
David Goffin dumps out Alexander Zverev in Germany
Goffin has lost seven of his eight meetings with Federer in the past, beating him in three sets at the 2017 ATP Finals in London. Roger Federer cruised through to the Halle Open final with a ruthless victory over Andy Murray's new Wimbledon doubles partner.
Dark mode, a bright idea
Similarly, Dark Mode will also be useful for those who like to use smartphones in the night time and low-light conditions. On the other hand, in the Keep app users just have to head to Settings menu and select enable Dark Mode option.