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Alexa Bliss expresses a positive look on WWE holding events during coronavirus outbreak



Former WWE Raw and SmackDown Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss spoke with Sports Illustrated to promote WWE's new Fight Like A Girl series.

The show sees WWE Stars be paired with a woman for a 10-week training session towards physical and mental improvement.

During the interview, she spoke about WWE’s decision to continue to hold TV events during the coronavirus outbreak.

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WWE has been deemed an essential business by the Florida Governor. Thus, the reason as to why they’re able to hold TV events in the city of Orlando.
They’ve been doing so since last month and have plans to continue doing so until June. To check out the full taping schedule, click here.

Bliss gave her take about the situation and the approach to it that she’s taking, which in her mind is a positive way.

"If we can help people escape reality for a couple minutes, then it's worth it," Bliss said. "It's a very unfortunate situation going on right now in the world, so I'm trying to stay positive. WWE is taking all the precautions to make sure everyone at our shows is safe. For me, it's also nice that I can spend time at home with my family and my animals. That's my positive way of looking at it."

Bliss also spoke about the Fight Like A Girl series, how she deals with mental illness and more. You can read the entire interview here.