DALLAS, April 6 (UPI) -- WWE Superstar Brie Bella has confirmed on social media that she's retiring from in-ring action following her match at WrestleMania.
"These women made my last night feel sooo special," Bella wrote on Instagram Monday after her WrestleMania victory against Team B.A.D. (Lana, Naomi, Tamina, Emma and Summer Rae), alongside her partners Team Total Divas (Paige, Natalya, Alicia Fox and Eva Marie).
"To the #BellaArmy to every women I got in the ring with, to @wwe for living the dream...to my husband @bryanldanielson who taught me everything.. I love you all and I'm forever grateful!!!," she continued the post which was accompanied by a photo of Bella being carried around by her team and injured twin sister Nikki Bella.
Although WWE has yet to officially announce Bella's retirement, the Total Divas star confirmed to a fan the news after she asked how she felt about the newly released WWE Women's Championship. "That I retired on the wrong day lol..I couldn't be happier. Finally this day came," she responded on Twitter Tuesday about the new title.
Various WWE Superstars paid their respects to Bella following her last match, including her recently retired husband and former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Daniel Bryan, real name Bryan Danielson.
"So proud of this woman! My wife, my rock and the love of my life...Not only did she do a great job tonight, but she's poured her heart into wrestling for the last 8+ years. I am truly the luckiest man alive to be with her... Now let's work on that baby making! :)," he wrote on Instagram referencing the couple's plans to start a family.
Bella is still expected to star in E!'s hit reality series Total Divas.