Alexa Bliss teams with Mickie James to take on Lita and Trish Stratus at WWE Evolution next weekend, but even though this is a huge match for The Goddess, the nature of the match means that her converted streak will come to an end.
Bliss has been one of the most improved wrestlers on the main roster ever since she was promoted from NXT in the summer of 2016, and has always been around the Championship picture.
Bliss failed to win back her Women’s Championship at Hell in a Cell last month, which means that WWE Evolution will be the first pay-per-view appearance that Bliss has made where she isn’t in a title match.
Ever since her debut on SmackDown Live two years ago, Bliss has been the Champion or the challenger when it comes to all of her pay-per-view matches aside from the Women’s Money in the Bank ladder match.
Nikki Bella has now been given a Raw Women’s Championship shot against Ronda Rousey at Evolution on October 28th, which means that The Goddess is officially out of the title picture.
Bliss’ dominance over the brand throughout the past two years can’t be matched by any other woman on the roster, but her recent injury and the fact that Rousey has already defeated her twice for the Women’s Championship means that she can’t re-enter the title picture at present.
Bliss may not be seen as one of the best female wrestlers on the brand or even a pioneer of the Women’s Revolution, but she has been one of the most consistent female performers of the past few years and has racked up a number of interesting statistics throughout her time on both SmackDown Live and Monday Night Raw.