Alexa Bliss opens up on Bray Wyatt



by   |  VIEW 428

Alexa Bliss opens up on Bray Wyatt

In 2020 Bray Wyatt, at that moment plus The Fiend, and Alexa Bliss joined forces in a horror-nuanced partnership that went to trouble a prominent personality in WWE, namely Randy Orton, a rivalry that then ended in Wrestlemania 37 in a match that disappointed a bit the fans who certainly expected something more from the two.

Bray Wyatt was then fired in July 2021 after several months of inactivity, in fact right after Wrestlemania, which took place in April, we have not seen him appear on TV again, which is quite worrying given that it was a constant of the weekly shows and ever since.

he has dedicated himself to some projects not related to wrestling. Speaking with Alistair McGeorge of Metro, Alexa Bliss revealed what Wyatt told her prior to her release. “Before leaving, she just said, 'Keep it alive, keep going,' so I took it to heart and I tried to keep it alive and go.

If he ever comes back, I'd like to work with him one hundred percent," she said.

Alexa Bliss on Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt, aka Windham Rotunda, was let go by WWE in 2021 in one of the biggest releases in years. He worked with Alexa Bliss for the better part of his final year in WWE.

The two superstars were involved in a months-long storyline with WWE veteran Randy Orton, which ended with Orton picking up a win over Wyatt at WrestleMania 37. Also during the interview, the wrestler said: "He is a creative genius in every sense of the word.

He made me raise the bar of my performances. Obviously, he helped me a lot with the Dark Alexa character that I had to take and evolve into. its own entity, and put a bit of a twist on things. Everyone wanted to work with Windham, he's so good and so creative.

He put so much effort into his craft, and for me it was like, 'How can I create something alongside him without lowering his integrity, lowering his character, lowering his stuff?' Why do you have to try and do a better performance than usual and adapt instead of bringing the other person down to match your level.

I really tried in that sense to do justice to his character... He is the best!" She shared what he said before leaving, and added that she would love to work with him if he ever returns. "Before he left, he just said, “Keep it alive, keep it going”, so I took that to heart and tried to keep it alive and going. If he ever did return, a hundred percent I’d want to work with him," she said.