Alexa Bliss recently did an interview with Vicente Beltrán of ViBe & Wrestling to talk about a wide range of topics.
During the interview, the former Raw and SmackDown Women’s Champion was asked about a potential match against WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus at the Evolution 2 pay-per-view event.
The first event took place in 2018. Originally, Bliss was supposed to wrestle Stratus while Mickie James would take on Lita. Then it was changed to a tag team match that would’ve seen James and Bliss team up against Lita and Stratus.
However, another change was made with Alicia Fox replacing Bliss in the contest due to Bliss not being cleared to compete due to injury.
According to Bliss, she still wants the match against Stratus and thinks this event would be fitting for the bout. It should be noted that Stratus is retired, but she did recently tease interest in doing a possible match.
“Probably Trish because that was the match that was originally supposed to happen or a tag match with Lita; I think it would be a lot of fun. I think the original match of what it was supposed to be is the one that I would want to have so I can go back and mark that off my match bucket list.
Evolution meant so much to all of us and not just for the women who were in the pay-per-view but for the women who have helped us get to this point ever since a woman first stepped in a WWE ring has helped get to this point and the fact that our women performed at the main event in WrestleMania it was definitely a good kickoff point to show that you know our women are really valued in WWE and in sports entertainment.”
Here are some other highlights from the interview:
On her least cool moment in WWE:
“I think my least cool moment in WWE was when I debuted in NXT. I was a very unrelatable character it was just basically tinkerbell in a wrestling ring and I think that was definitely my least cool moment in WWE especially because I was I debuted I had two matches and then I wasn’t really booked in about eight months so I think that was my least cool character and least cool moment in WWE. You know, when you’re new it’s hard to uh you know connect to the crowd unless you have a really established character which I didn’t and it wasn’t relatable and so I would say the two glitter days of Alexa Bliss for sure.”
On having Ronda Rousey on the roster:
“I don’t think it’s changed that much. Our whole roster is dependent on more than just one person and I think that there wouldn’t be an impact of Ronda Rousey if it wasn’t for the women of opposite of her in the ring helping her get there. A lot of bodies laid down for her success and I think it just shows that all of our women can be main eventers and all of our women can have that spotlight and obviously it was great having Ronda in WWE but I think it’s a group effort and it’s a team effort.”
You can check out the full interview here: