Former WWE writer opens up on Alexa Bliss



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Former WWE writer opens up on Alexa Bliss

Alexa Bliss has joined forces with Asuka lately, with the two even managing to hold the tag team titles for a short amount of time. Bliss also participated in Survivor Series: WarGames, in which she, Asuka, Bianca Belair, Becky Lynch and Mia Yim had the best of Rhea Ripley, Nikki Cross and Damage CTRL.

While she's having a good time, many fans feel that her run as a babyface has left a lot to be desired. Many things have changed in WWE in recent months, especially thanks to the sensational farewell of Vince McMahon. The latter decided to step aside last July, after being overwhelmed by heavy allegations of misconduct together with his (former) right-hand man John Laurinaitis.

Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team. The 14-time world champion didn't hesitate to make some substantial changes to the shows.

Vince Russo reflects on Alexa Bliss

Speaking to Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo said he was far from satisfied with the way the company is handling Alexa Bliss: "From my point of view, there is only one way to revitalize the character of Alexa Bliss.

WWE needs to put her into a reality-based storyline. Alexa must have a way of rebelling and accusing WWE of bullying her for the past few months. Only in this way will her character become interesting again in the eyes of the fans.

She needs something realistic, if you know what I mean. They're making her do ridiculous things. Sorry to say, but the truth is, Alexa Bliss has no value right now. It means nothing on that roster. She is a great shame, since she certainly does not lack talent ”.

Russo also spoke about John Cena: “I think WWE desperately needs a legend of her caliber. The return of Cena would be greeted in a fabulous way by the WWE Universe." WWE veteran Vince Russo recently blasted all the fans and "marks" who still believe the infamous Montreal Screwjob at Survivor Series 1997 was a "work." "This is the one thing that gets me sick.

This is where so many marks and dirt sheets; they are such frickin' morons. What drives me crazy is, Chris, 25 years later, you've still got people saying it was a work. My question is simple - Why would we be working you 25 years after? If it was a work, 25 years later, we would say it was a work! That's the part that drives me crazy because I wish it was a work, bro!" said Vince Russo.