WWE’s Alexa Bliss would love Bray Wyatt reunion as she reveals his advice before shock exit
Posted by  badge Boss on Jul 08
Alexa Bliss loved working with ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt (Picture: WWE)

Alexa Bliss would love to work with again if he ever makes a sensational comeback.

The Raw superstar underwent a huge transformation on-screen as– real name Windham Rodunda – and his Field alter ego in 2020, and she would be delighted to reconnect with him in the future to create more magic together.

She exclusively told Metro.co.uk: ‘Oh, a hundred percent. He is a creative genius in every sense of the word. He made me step up my game.

‘He obviously helped a lot with the Dark Alexa character I had to take that and evolve it into its own entity, and put my own spin on things.’

Bliss noted that Wyatt – who was – had some parting words and urged her to ‘keep it going’.

‘Before he left, he just said, “Keep it alive, keep it going”, so I took that to heart and tried to keep it alive and going,’ she smiled. ‘If he ever did return, a hundred percent I’d want to work with him.’

Alexa Bliss has praised his creativity (Picture: WWE)

She’s not alone, as she admitted , in part due to his creativity and dedication as a performer and creative.

She said: ‘Everyone wanted to work with Windham, he’s just so good and so creatively genius. He put so much effort into his craft, and for me it was, how do I create something alongside him without lowering his integrity, lowering his character, lowering his stuff?

‘Because you have to try to rise to the occasion instead of bringing the other person down to match your level I really tried in that sense to at least do his character justice… He’s the best!’

Earlier this year, Alexa – who will be hoping to be part of WWE’s huge Clash At The Castle show in Cardiff on September 3 – as the dark side of her persona was banished – but it wasn’t exactly how she envisaged it.

‘For the therapy stuff, it was an idea that I had going one way, and WWE had going another way and so we collaborated. It turned into the therapy that you saw on TV,’ she explained.

‘I wanted to originally come back as something more evil and more dark and more scary, but WWE had other plans.’

Alexa wanted to take things in a much darker route with her therapy skins (Picture: WWE)

She joked she could subtly try to reintroduce the alter ego as time goes on, while she admitted she would love to delve back into a darker character again in the future.

‘Maybe I’ll just keep itching back and see if they notice,’ she laughed. ‘I’m definitely interested in that because I found it so entertaining and fun. That character is the most fun I’ve had in nine years.

‘I would definitely love to do something similar, but I kind of have to find something new.’

Alexa noted her focus now is on finding a way to progress and still connect with the crowd, as well as finding something that appeals to fans, herself and WWE as a whole.

‘That’s why I haven’t gone back to the Goddess, why I haven’t gone back to Dark Alexa. It’s not challenging,’ she said. ‘If I know it works and I just go back to it, what am I doing?

‘I’m doing a disservice to myself, creative and the WWE Universe by not giving them something new, something new to hold onto and invest in. So for me, it’s finding what is that next thing?’

WWE Clash At The Castle comes to Cardiff on September 3 with tickets now on sale. SummerSlam airs July 30 on the WWE Network.