- WWE has worked hard to create a widely recognisable platform for its female division
- She said that she has never been a part of the ‘Beat the clock’ challenge and doesn’t want to be in one in the future.
- The former Raw and Smackdown women’s champion says it has been almost four years since she last held an individual belt and that it has been too long.
With the help of the star power and current relevance of the contemporary wrestling divas, the WWE has worked hard to create a widely recognisable platform for its female division. And appropriately, the popularity of female wrestlers has increased significantly in recent years. Elements like the reach of modern media and social platforms are only a few of the many variables that directly impact the product’s quality.
However, it has a lot to do with the plot for WWE diva Alexa Bliss, one of the most recognisable faces on the roster.
Bliss says, “Honestly, I think it is all in the storyline”. She went on to say that having a match does not suffice. “Creativity is necessary to make people feel something about it,’’ opinionated the 31-year-old.
Because everyone adds something unique to the table, and when they have the chance to do so, one can see how many stars there are on our roster. The WWE diva advocates the importance of character and plotline to create a division or a female superstar.
The tag team title tournament has proven to be a successful addition to the series to boost interest and anticipation, leading to the championship matches. Preparing for the title match at the Clash at the Castle event, the wrestler was open enough to discuss the formats she’d prefer to be a part of and the ones she’d rather avoid.
She said she has never been a part of the ‘Beat the clock’ challenge and doesn’t want to be in one in the future.
The Ohio native said, “Especially if you’re staying the longest or something like a gauntlet match, I don’t think I’d want to be a part of that. That is a lot.”
She feels she could do well in the Beat the clock challenge by using speed as an advantage and outwit her opponent before the buzzer calls in time. However, her participation was doubtful when there was a gauntlet match, where one faced almost everyone on the roster.
When asked if she would like to move her focus to the singles championships following her Clash at the Castle match, the five-footer responds assertively and with poise. It has been a long since we have seen the five-footer come out onto the ring with an individual title belt on her person.
“Asuka and I are going to work on winning the women’s tag team championships first and foremost,” she said.
The former Raw and Smackdown women’s champion says it has been almost four years since she last held an individual belt and that it has been too long.
The diva has seen ups and downs over the past year, but she loves the challenges as they arise. And the wrestler believes that to keep her competitive integrity, it has been essential for her to have a steely off-ring will to face challenges head-on.
The five-time women’s world champion wrestler, Alexa Bliss, admits that she didn’t like her nickname at first but has grown to embrace it over time.