Alexa Bliss Says Her Career Is Already Hall Of Fame Worthy
Alexa Bliss thinks that on paper she could already make a case for her career being worthy of induction into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Alexa Bliss was part of the NXT brand early in her WWE career where her in-ring exploits were overshadowed by her managerial work for Blake and Murphy. However, Bliss stepped into her own spotlight in 2016 when she graduated to the main roster of WWE and quickly made quite a name for herself.
Within a year Alexa Bliss had become the first woman to capture both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s Championships. Bliss has held those championships a total of five times in addition to her two reigns as WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion.
Speaking on MackMania, Alexa Bliss was asked if her accomplishments so far make her a sure-fire WWE Hall of Famer, and Bliss thinks, on paper, they certainly do:
“I think on paper, yes. 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.”
Alexa Bliss will be in action when WWE brings Clash at the Castle to the UK on the 3rd of September. Bliss will team with Asuka and Bianca Belair to take on Bayley, IYO SKY, and Dakota Kai.