Alexa Bliss on her limited in-ring schedule on WWE television, hosting “A Moment of Bliss” talkshows

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Alexa Bliss spoke with the Asbury Park Press and addressed her lack of in-ring appearances on WWE television. “I’ve been doing live events,” Bliss said. “It just depends on how I’m being used on Raw that day. One day I’ll have a match and one day I’ll have a ‘Moment of Bliss’, it just depends on what helps what story get across.”

Bliss also spoke favorably about her role as host of the A Moment of Bliss talkshow segments. “A lot of times, in the stories that we tell a lot of people don’t have the opportunity to speak their character, they just have to portray it in the ring,” she said. “So being able to advance the storylines with talk show (segments) for other characters, plus add another dimension to my character, is a great opportunity.” Read the full interview at APP.com.

Powell’s POV: Bliss has worked limited dates since she suffered the concussion that caused her to miss the WWE Evolution pay-per-view. While it would be great to see her back in the ring full-time, WWE has done a nice job of finding a way to keep her a featured player on the show with her talkshow segment.

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