Alexa Bliss wants to evolve her character

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Alexa Bliss wants to evolve her character

After emerging victorious from the first historic WarGames Match in Main Roster history alongside Bianca Belair, Asuka, Mia Yim and Becky Lynch, Alexa Bliss has now sent a clear message to WWE: she wants her character to undergo positive changes in such a way to evolve.

Despite being one of the most decorated members of the women's division (three times RAW Women's Champion, two times SmackDown Women's Champion and three times WWE Women's Tag Team Champion, ed), in recent months the Goddess of the WWE has found herself a bit margins of the project, also the fault of a character who is not very convincing to the public.

But now something can change.

Alexa Bliss is determined

Speaking to the microphones of The Run-In on BT Sport, Alexa Bliss talked about what she expects for the new year: “I want to evolve. I want to evolve my character.

I want to see what else I can become, and I think that's my main goal." Throughout her WWE career, Bliss' character has taken many different forms, ranging from the beautiful WWE "Goddess" to Bray Wyatt's demonic ally. Bliss then continued by repeatedly marking the desire to return to the RAW or SmackDown champion again: "To me, I feel like we see a lot of the same people holding titles, so it's nice to see new people holding titles.

I'm not saying I don't they have to win, indeed. But for example I was really super excited when Liv won the title. So it's nice to have different opponents too, and if I don't want to be a champion, I want to be the person who works in front of the champion, i.e.

his danger #1, her opponent. So it's nice to see the other girls having their moments, but I also want to be the character working opposite them. For me, obviously, I'd love to be champion again, but that's not what I am primarily interested in it, for me it is the creativity of the character that I consider fundamental”.

While the defeat will surely give Bliss a few sleepless nights, the former women's champion felt honored to have defended the tag team titles alongside Asuka in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Wasn't the outcome we had hoped for- but was an honor to defend these titles & have this match in Saudi Arabia 🖤 @WWEAsuka. Damage CTRL capitalized on the assist and regained the championship with a pinfall victory.