Alexa Bliss explains her wrestling philosophy



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Alexa Bliss explains her wrestling philosophy

In last week's episode of Monday Night Raw, Alexa Bliss defeated Nikki A.S.H. and Doudrop along with her new partner Liv Morgan. In doing so, the two qualified for the Women's Ladder Match a Money in the Bank. During her WWE career, the 30-year-old from Columbus has won the Raw Women's Championship three times, the SmackDown Women's Championship twice and the Women's Tag Team Championship twice with Nikki Cross.

She also won the 2018 Money in the Bank ladder match and became the second Triple Crown. In the podcast 'The Residency', Alexa revealed that she really likes to evolve and that she is always looking for new challenges.

Alexa Bliss defeated Nikki A.S.H.

“I love to evolve. I don't like feeling too comfortable with a character. I want to keep moving and progressing mentally, otherwise I get bored. I love the unknown. I am delighted not to know what will happen tomorrow ”- said Alexa Bliss.

In a long conversation on Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo gave Alexa advice: “She should have the courage to leave WWE. She has a talent out of the ordinary, which doesn't deserve to be wasted like this.

Vince McMahon's company has never managed to enhance his character, on the contrary, it has done everything to destroy him. Thanks also to the contacts of her husband Ryan Cabrera, Bliss would have no problem entering the world of cinema."

During the conversation, Russo threw a jab at Becky Lynch: “I didn't like what she said about her colleagues from All Elite Wrestling. Women have fought to earn the status they have today and it is vital that they remain cohesive, even if they play in different federations.

Only in this way can they remain strong across the board." WWE is dealing with a new storm, having initiated an internal investigation into Vince McMahon. The latter gave $3 million to a former employee with whom he allegedly had an extramarital affair.

This is not the first time that Graves has received backlash for something he said on commentary. He recently angered many fans on social media by referring to Naomi and Sasha Banks’ RAW walkout as “unprofessional”.

It has since emerged that he was likely told to make the comment about Naomi and Banks by one of WWE’s higher-ups. Regarding the remarks about Alexa Bliss, it is unclear whether Graves’ criticism was fed to him via a headset or whether he came up with the lines himself.