Alexa Bliss On What Is Left For Her To Accomplish In WWE

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Current RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss was called-up to WWE’s main roster only two years ago, but in this short time period “Little Miss Bliss” has achieved more than what most WWE Superstars take about 4 years or more to accomplish.

Bliss is a 3-time RAW Women’s Champion, a 2-time SmackDown Live Women’s Champion, 2018 Women’s Money In The Bank winner and is also the first woman in the history of WWE to have ever held the both the RAW and SmackDown Live Women’s Championship.





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Bliss is currently preparing herself for what is considered by many as the biggest match of her career so far. She will be defending the RAW Women’s Championship against former UFC Bantamweight Champion “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey at SummerSlam.

Bliss kicked off the feud with Rousey when she cost “The Rowdy” her championship match against Nia Jax at SummerSlam.

After winning the Money In The Bank briefcase earlier that night, Bliss attacked both Jax and Rousey before cashing-in and becoming RAW Women’s Champion for the third time.

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Hollywood Life recently interview Bliss where the WWE Superstar talked about her career and was asked what she has left to achieve in WWE:

“You know, I feel like I have had a very fortunate time with WWE over the last two years. I went to my first WrestleMania as SmackDown Women’s Champion and then I went to my second WrestleMania as the RAW Women’s Champion.

“I have been very fortunate with the opportunities that I have been given and for me, I think I just want to elevate this Women’s Evolution and division.

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“The women are stepping the game up, time and time again. That is what I really want to focus on because I pretty much done all what there is to do and I am grateful for that. So I am looking forward to the next generation coming in and see how we can elevate the Women’s Revolution together!”

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