Alexa Bliss Reflects On Her WWE Career And Character

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Alexa Bliss has had an incredibly successful career in the WWE. She has won both the RAW and SmackDown Women's Championships on multiple occasions, as well as the Women's Tag Team Championships. She was also Ms. Money In The Bank in 2018.

The Goddess has experienced major highs in the wrestling industry and is one of the most beloved performers in the world. It's entirely possible that Bliss will end her career as a legend in the industry.

Being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame is an honor that not every wrestler gets to experience. Bliss recently commented on the possibility of being inducted one day.

"On Paper, Yes"

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Bliss recently joined the MackMania podcast when the WWE Hall of Fame was brought up. The former RAW Women's Champion told the podcast that she believes she has led a Hall of Fame career. However, she's not the only one in the Women's Division whose done so.

"I think on paper, yes," Bliss said. "On paper, I could be a Hall of Famer, 100%. You know, I've been very fortunate with the opportunities I've had in WWE, especially in my first couple of years on the roster ... On paper our whole women's division technically yes, could be Hall of Famers."

Hard At Work

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Bliss also spoke to the MackMania podcast about her current character. She previously told Metro that she felt as if she was bored on WWE TV right now. On the podcast, Bliss revealed there is a "version of myself" she is working towards bringing to TV.

"There is a version of me that I am dying to get to. It just hasn't gotten there yet. I saw the collage -- I try to stay off Twitter unless I'm complaining about something -- I saw this collage of all these different characters I've been in WWE and I was like, 'Man, I've been liked nine different people.' If you look at it, from my start to now, there have been nine different variations of how I look, how I act, how I speak. Right now, it's just me," Bliss said.

All About Timing

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Bliss wants to share this next character variation with the audience, but she doesn't want to rush things. It needs to be brought to television when the moment is right.

"There has been something that I've been working on for quite a while that I really want to get out there, it's just finding the right time, what the roster needs right now. It's all about timing. For right now, it's kind of just me, doing my thing with Asuka, which is a lot of fun. like I always say, Lexi is not for TV," Bliss said.

The Faces Of Bliss

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As Bliss alluded, she has had various phases and characters throughout her career. She began in NXT as a glitter fairy, portrayed as a face. She turned heel in 2015 when she aligned with Wesley Blake and Buddy Murphy (now known as Buddy Matthews).

She came up to the main roster as "The Goddess," becoming the top heel on both RAW and SmackDown. In 2019, she'd turn face for the first time on the main roster, teaming with Nikki Cross (now Nikki A.S.H.) and winning the Women's Tag Team Championship.

In 2020, Bliss' character took a dark turn. She aligned herself with "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt. She became similar to The Fiend, eventually unofficially taking on the essence of the character following Wyatt's WWE release.

After various therapy segments earlier this year, Bliss returned to WWE TV as herself, in a sense. However, it seems like Bliss won't be herself for that much longer.

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