What’s Next for Alexa Bliss?

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Alexa Bliss has always impressed me, ever since her NXT debut in 2014. She’s always had the It Factor but her story with “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton is just on another level.

“She can do more with her facial expressions and her eyes than just about anybody I’ve ever seen,” WWE legend Bubba Ray Dudley said recently. “Alexa is a gifted actress, I wouldn’ t be surprised if her future is in Hollywood (she will appear in the Punky Brewster reboot but I’m thinking more about Marvel, DC Comics or horror movies). WWE has finally given Alexa Bliss the spotlight that she deserves and she has carried Monday Night Raw for over a month. As of this writing, she’s been in the main event of Raw for five straight weeks. No women has done that for more than two straight weeks!,” Eduardo Solano, from FOX Sports Radio 1340 AM Hopewell and AccuScore, explained.

Alexa Bliss’ new character as “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt’s ally has given us some of the best mic work of her career. This says a lot because she’s always done amazing promos. Her in-ring skills have also improved recently. I hope that this Fiendlexa character continues to evolve, leading to another championship run for her.

“Alexa Bliss could debut an even stronger version of her character in the Elimination Chamber and destroy everyone in her path. That’s what I wanted her to do at the Royal Rumble. When she declared herself for that match, I thought that she was going to win it and I was really disappointed with her booking that day and with the outcome of the match,” Solano explained.

No one in WWE is on Alexa Bliss’ level right. Alexa Bliss should have won the Women’s Royal Rumble match. A few days have passed and I still disagree with the outcome, though I finally understood WWE’s reasoning.

Alexa entered the Women’s Royal Rumble match at number 27 and she was really eliminated very quickly, which bothered but I can understand why WWE did this. I still disagree with the decision. When she entered the ring all the women in the match stopped what they were doing to attack her at once. Alexa then started to transform into her Fiendlexa character but before it was completed, Rhea Ripley threw her over the top rope and eliminated her.

This didn’t hurt Bliss, she wasn’t pinned, she didn’t tap out, she didn’t lose a match, she got thrown over the top rope. It put over Rhea Ripley, another extremely talented superstar with a bright future, who was smart enough to see an opportunity to stop Bliss from transforming.

A complete transformation from Alexa Bliss would have been a big problem for everybody in the match and her booking reflected this. Her new character should be feared and seeing everyone attack her at the same time brings back memories of past Men’s Royal Rumble matches when many superstars joined forces to eliminate big threats.

“What’s next? Alexa Bliss is still feuding with Randy Orton while “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt returns and she will likely face Asuka at WrestleMania. No one else should challenge Asuka for the Raw Women’s Championship… she’s already beaten Asuka once and she had her beat two weeks ago before Randy Orton hit an RKO on her. Alexa Bliss is the hottest superstar in the WWE right now and it’s not even close, the WWE knows this and it’s time for them to capitalize on this and give her a well-deserved WrestleMania moment,” Solano concluded.

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