WWE News: Alexa Bliss Denies Injury Reports, Says Her Career Is Fine
Alexa Bliss is not present in WWE programming from the past couple of weeks of TV tapings. Actually, she was not seen on TV ever since the WWE Draft has passed by leaving the fans wondering if there’s something that is barring her from competing.
Earlier today, PWInsider.com has provided an update regarding this. They blamed an injury for this no-showing of the former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion.
As per the source, Alexa Bliss has been dealing with a shoulder injury. This is the reason why we have not seen her on WWE SmackDown following the Draft. There were no specifications regarding the severity of this injury. Considering the popularity of The Goddess, the rumors spread like wildfire that her career may be in jeopardy. However, she is doing just fine.
Alexa Bliss notice this happening around social media around her career and assured her fans that she is doing okay. Also, she advised the so-called sources to stop worrying about her career and focus on something else,
“Maybe try cutting back on the pointless stories & stop worrying about my career. It’s just fine.”
The five-time WWE women’s champion made one last in-ring appearance at WWE Hell in a Cell on October 6th in Sacramento, California. On that night, she and Nikki Cross lost the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles to The Kabuki Warriors.
Alexa Bliss did a run-in on RAW the next night, which was the last time she’s been on WWE TV. She was first picked by Raw during the Draft but later SmackDown snatched her alongside Nikki Cross.
Earlier this year, Alexa Bliss won the women’s tag team titles alongside Nikki Cross. They have quite a strong run with the belts before dropping those to Asuka and Kairi Sane. Little Miss Bliss gave credits to Nikki Cross for the successful run, (during an interview with Fightful.com)
“That’s what happens when you develop a friendship with someone. We agreed that we weren’t gonna judge each other on each other’s past; her past in NXT, my past with Nia and Mickie. And we understand each other and we see a lot of each other in each other and I think that’s what developed our friendship and the bond.”
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