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WWE News: Former Smackdown Women’s Champion revealed she had tested positive for COVID-19

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WWE News: Carmella tests positive for COVID-19- Former Smackdown Women’ Champion Carmella had tested positive for COVID-19. The female superstar and the current one-half of the women’s tag-team champions revealed the news when she appeared on the latest episode of Bare With Us podcast.

WWE News: Former Smackdown Women’s Champion revealed she had tested positive for COVID-19

Carmella and her fiance Corey Graves reflected on their COVID-19 experience where it was revealed that Carmella had tested positive for the virus almost two weeks back, but her symptoms were never too bad.

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WWE News: Former Smackdown Women’s Champion revealed she had tested positive for COVID-19

“I got COVID. I got-got about what? A week-and-a-half ago? No, two weeks ago now. Yeah, I woke up super just not feeling well, just really tired, run down and took some tests, and I tested positive, and then I mean, it was like a cold. It was kind of like a little bit worse than a cold. I was down and out for like three or four days just not really doing much. But, on the up and up, feeling better now.”

WWE News: Corey Graves did not test positive

Carmella and her fiancee Corey Graves were both tested for the virus, but thankfully Corey didn’t test positive for the virus. WWE made him take multiple tests, but he tested negative in each one of them. Corey was safe, and Carmella had a quick recovery is one of the best news to hear around WWE and the rising COVID-19 cases in the company. 

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WWE News: WWE has made changes to its COVID-19 policies

WWE has made mega strides when it comes to countering the COVID-19 issue. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns were tested positive late last month for the virus, and the Universal Champion Roman Reigns had to miss out on the WWE Day 1 PPV event due to COVID-19. Roman Reigns was set to defend the Universal title against The Beast Brock Lesnar, but once he tested positive for the virus, the match got nixed. 

WWE News: Former Smackdown Women’s Champion revealed she had tested positive for COVID-19

 

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