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20 Nov 2017




     WWE Raw preview, Nov. 20, 2017

How will Alexa Bliss, The Miz and “The Bar” handle defeat to SmackDown LIVE?

Despite Raw’s impressive showing last night, four of Team Red’s most boastful Superstars — Intercontinental Champion The Miz, Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss and Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus — were momentarily silenced by U.S. Champion Baron Corbin, SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, respectively.

Although Team Red ultimately won the night, those losses had to sting. How will The A-Lister, Little Miss Bliss and “The Bar” respond to these disappointing defeats?

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20 Nov 2017




     WWE Survivor Series Results

SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair def. Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss

Charlotte Flair’s SmackDown Women’s Championship victory this past Tuesday on SmackDown LIVE brought not only a new matchup to Survivor Series, but also a battle between, arguably, 2017’s two most dominant female Superstars.

It should come as no surprise then that a big fight feel filled the air in Houston’s Toyota Center as the only two women to ever hold both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s Titles squared off in head-to-head competition.

Flair immediately used her size and strength advantages to take control. Bliss was not afraid, though, turning the tides by viciously dropping Charlotte to the floor two separate times. Little Miss Bliss’ attacks were continuous, giving Flair no breathing room whatsoever (that guillotine, anyone?) and having an answer for every comeback The Queen attempted to mount.

Flair was finally able to get back into the contest with a desperation powerbomb that evened the playing field. From there, the two busted out their best with Five Feet of Fury kicking out of Natural Selection and avoiding a picture-perfect moonsault. Flair escaped defeat from Bliss’ signature DDT by getting her foot on the bottom rope just in the nick of time.

The SmackDown Women’s Champion powered on, despite her ribs having been brutalized throughout the duration of the contest. She connected with a jaw breaking kick to Bliss’ face before locking in the Figure-Eight Leglock for the win to give SmackDown a 3-2 advantage on the scorecard.

Typically, deities outrank royal figures. On this night, however, The Goddess bowed down to The Queen.

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15 Nov 2017




     Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair

Bliss, meet Flair.

Alexa Bliss’ month of preparation for SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya went out the window after Charlotte Flair dethroned The Queen of Harts as Team Blue’s titleholder, setting up a Champion vs. Champion Match at Survivor Series between the only two Superstars to hold the Women’s Titles of both brands.

Alexa’s story as Raw Women’s Champion is well known by this point: After starting the year as SmackDown Women’s Champion, she moved to the red side in the Superstar Shake-up and held down the fort for the most of 2017, denying challengers such as Bayley, Sasha Banks, Nia Jax and Mickie James.

Charlotte, on the other hand, has been in the unfamiliar position of chasing a title for most of this year: After losing the Raw Women’s Title to Bayley in January, she came to SmackDown LIVE in the Superstar Shake-up and found Team Blue’s top prize to be just beyond her grasp. She had even been set to compete on the Women’s Survivor Series team after defeating Natalya by disqualification — but not winning the title — at WWE Hell in a Cell.

However, a last-minute ruling by SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon gave The Nature Girl one more opportunity at the title, and Charlotte did not disappoint, defeating Natalya to win her first SmackDown Women’s Championship. The emotional victory prompted a celebration with her father, Ric Flair, who made a surprise appearance — his first after a major health scare — to congratulate his daughter.

With her classically flippant attitude toward her challengers, Alexa is likely unimpressed by this comeback, which, in fairness, is the same song she’s been singing for a while now: After WWE TLC, the Raw Talk panel floated the idea about what would happen if Alexa were to face Charlotte, and “The Goddess of WWE” was dismissive at best. That attitude certainly reflects her skills as champion, but now, it’s a response she can no longer afford.

Tune in to Survivor Series to see which woman will claim victory in the head-to-head competition for brand supremacy, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network this Sunday at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT.

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5 Nov 2017




     WNS Podcast – Episode 345 – Alexa Bliss Interview

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24 Oct 2017




     Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya

The WWE Universe will witness history at WWE Survivor Series when, for the first time ever, the Raw Women’s Champion and SmackDown Women’s Champion collide, as Team Red’s Alexa Bliss squares off against Team Blue’s Natalya in a battle for brand supremacy. To quote Stephanie McMahon’s theme song, “Welcome to the Queendom.”

In lieu of WWE Survivor Series being the night brand supremacy is decided, Bliss and Natalya will face off in a contest to see which brand’s Women’s division is best. The “goddess” of WWE and Queen of Black Harts squared off during Little Miss Bliss’ time on SmackDown LIVE, but Bliss has ascended to a completely new level of confidence and skill since being drafted to Raw earlier this year.

Will Alexa’s monumental 2017 continue with a victory in this historic contest? Or, will Natalya’s experience prove to be vital in establishing her as the top titleholder in this Champion vs. Champion showdown on the 30th anniversary of WWE Survivor Series? Find out at WWE Survivor Series, streaming live on WWE Network on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 7 ET/4 PT

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3 Oct 2017




     Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. Mickie James

Mickie James will have the opportunity to reclaim her former glory and capture her seventh Women’s Title when she steps into the squared circle against the very formidable Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss at WWE TLC on Sunday, Oct. 22.

Ironically, when Mickie returned to WWE this past January, it was to help Alexa retain the gold when she was part of SmackDown LIVE. However, the reemerging Superstar quickly learned what so many ladies have found out the hard way: The “goddess of WWE” only has one loyal friend where the title is concerned: herself. While that approach might not seem so nice, you can’t argue with the results of a proven winning strategy.

However, after retaining her Raw Women’s Title in a Fatal 5-Way Match in September at WWE No Mercy, Alexa once again drew the ire of the celebrated competitor when she made the mistake of bad-mouthing Mickie on a post pay-per-view edition of Raw Talk. Dismissing Mickie as being an “old lady” the following week on Raw, her words were met with a pair of slaps and a fierce kick that sent Little Miss Bliss tumbling out of the ring.

Following some backstage antics at her expense one week later, Mickie went on to fight a tough battle against Alexa’s on again/off again best friend, Nia Jax. When Alexa got involved, Mickie walked away with the victory by disqualification.

In the aftermath, Mickie’s impressive victory over Nia as well as her decorated history led Raw General Manager Kurt Angle to award the former champion a title match on Sunday, Oct. 22.

Like her or hate her, outspoken four-time Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss can back up every word she says in the ring. However, does Mickie James still have what it takes to overcome the crafty champion and reclaim her spot at the top of the mountain? Find out what will happen, Sunday, Oct. 22, at 8 ET/5 PT.

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21 Sep 2017




     Site News!

September 24 Alexa Bliss Daily completes one year online!
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17 Sep 2017




     WWE Raw preview, Sept. 18, 2017: Nia Jax battles “The Goddess of WWE” one-on-one

Just six nights before Alexa Bliss defends her Raw Women’s Championship in a Fatal 4-Way Match at WWE No Mercy, she’ll have to take on one of her challengers, the imposing Nia Jax, in singles action on Raw. Will Little Miss Bliss once again regret getting on the bad side of the forceful Jax?

Ever since Nia Jax dropped Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss moments after “The Goddess of WWE” reclaimed her title from Sasha Banks, the WWE Universe has been clamoring for a one-one-one match between the two former friends, and Raw General Manager Kurt Angle was more than happy to oblige.

Six nights before Jax, Sasha Banks and Emma challenge Alexa in a Fatal 4-Way Match at WWE No Mercy, Nia squares off with Little Miss Bliss one-on-one on Raw. Can Jax shake Alexa’s confidence before next Sunday’s title match?

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11 Sep 2017




     Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs Sasha Banks vs Nia Jax vs. Emma (Fatal 4-Way Match)

Alexa Bliss will look to retain her Raw Women’s Championship against incredible odds when “The Goddess” battles Sasha Banks, Nia Jax and Emma in a Fatal 4-Way Match at No Mercy.

A four-time Women’s Champion, Sasha is poised to reclaim her title after losing it to Alexa on the Aug. 28 edition of Monday Night Raw. The Boss has proven herself a ground-breaking Superstar time and time again, going to battle in everything from WWE Iron Man Matches to the first-ever Women’s Hell in a Cell Match. She is an extremely dangerous competitor with no love lost for the current titleholder, and it’s safe to say she will be out to prove ignorance is Bliss at WWE No Mercy.

While the dominant Nia Jax has been a consistent threat to the Raw Women’s Title, her friendship with Alexa has often clouded the issue. That all changed just moments after Little Miss Bliss regained the gold from Sasha. Though Nia appeared to be coming to the ring to congratulate the new champ, the celebration quickly took a destructive turn when the Samoan Superstar suddenly dropped her best friend to the canvas without warning. The message was loud and clear: Nia Jax is coming for the Raw Women’s Championship at all costs.

Then, there’s the X-Factor. While the WWE No Mercy showdown was originally intended to be a one-one-one clash between Alexa and Sasha, Emma and Nia overcame The Boss and the titleholder in a tag team bout to make it a Fatal 4-Way Match. Emma claims to be instrumental in bringing about the Women’s Revolution, and she will surely be hungry to solidify her place at the top of the mountain on Sunday, Sept. 24.

While a Fatal-4-Way certainly stacks the odds against the reigning titleholder, as she doesn’t have to be pinned or submit to lose her championship, don’t count out Alexa just yet. “The Goddess” stands as a two-time Raw Women’s Champion, a two-time SmackDown Women’s Champion and the first (and still only) Superstar to ever hold both of those titles. Whether you like her or hate here, the ruthless competitor has accumulated so much success in such a brief time because she is just that good.

Who will walk out of WWE No Mercy with the Raw Woman’s Title? Find out Sunday, Sept. 24, at 8 ET/5 PT, streaming live on award-winning WWE Network.

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11 Sep 2017




     WWE Raw preview, Sept. 11, 2017

Are Alexa Bliss’ days numbered as Raw Women’s Champion?
What was once a singles rematch at WWE No Mercy pitting Sasha Banks against Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss has transformed into a Fatal 4-Way Match that also includes Nia Jax and Emma after the two earned their way into the title bout by picking up a tag team victory over The Boss and Little Miss Bliss last week.

There’s no love lost between any of the competitors in this matchup, but with Jax and the opportunistic Emma added to the mix, the so-called “Goddess of WWE’s” chances of leaving the STAPLES Center with the Raw Women’s Title are slim to none. Will these unfavorable odds shake Alexa’s confidence as WWE No Mercy approaches?

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