In recent months on the TV screens of WWE shows, a new and very strange couple has been born, formed by Bray Wyatt (with the alter ego Fiend always present) and the former champion of Raw and Smackdown: Alexa Bliss. The two have already made themselves the protagonists of several great curtains both on Raw and Smackdown, before the passage in the red show thanks to the Draft, with the harmony between the couple that seems to be genuine, even when it comes to passing it to the dark powers of the demon who is Wyatt's alter ego.
Apparently, now even Alexa Bliss would have received supernatural powers thanks to the Fiend, with which she is carrying out the storyline of the two on Raw in an excellent way, with the Fiend that is also going to give trouble to WWE Champion Randy Orton, worried in recent weeks also by the two athletes as well as by his archenemy Drew McIntyre.
Alexa Bliss on Bray Wyatt
In her latest interview on the show "Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend", Alexa Bliss has indeed released several nice words for her colleague Bray Wyatt, leaving her character aside for once and speaking instead of the professional and the colleague who supports him.
in the work of Monday Night Raw, with the former world champion of both major WWE shows who in fact revealed: "I really enjoyed my last stint in WWE. I've always wanted to work alongside a character like Bray, just because he's really good at what he does.
He does so much research to stage what he does, it's a true epitome of what a WWE Superstar should be, you know. He is always looking for something new, he always evolves and changes, bringing something new and fresh to the stage and he is able to work with someone as if he had always been part of his character, based on how the storylines have to go."
In practice, working with Bray Wyatt would be really an interesting thing according to the Monday Night Raw athlete, with the possibility of learning a lot, which Alexa Bliss would not miss from week to week, so as to be able to broaden the vision of her character, too, within the WWE storylines.
Alexa Bliss has come a long way since her initial days at NXT. Since her main roster debut in 2016, she became the first woman to have won both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s titles. She and Nikki Cross are also the first two-time Women’s Tag Team Champions in WWE history, making Bliss the second Women’s Triple Crown Champion after Bayley.
She was also the winner of both the second women’s Money in the Bank ladder match and the first women’s Elimination Chamber match in 2018. Her mic skills got her a talk-show called “A Moment of Bliss” on the main roster.