WWE star Alexa Bliss was recently interviewed by Express.co.uk and spoke about several professional wrestling topics. Here are the highlights:
Ronda Rousey’s WWE being “fake” comments: As a whole we are all very close and we are all pretty much family so we kind of all think the same thing but only few of us say it. But I think it’s definitely something that hurt especially because we did welcome her with such open arms and we did accept her to the locker room and catered to every need that she needed. To kind of say what we do is fake is not fair.
It’s scripted, 100 per cent finish is scripted, but we tell people that. But don’t say what we do is fake because that’s just insulting. No one really talks about it anymore after that, it was kind of like we all said our piece and we moved on because we had other things to worry about. We didn’t really dwell on it for too long.
If the locker room would take her back: Probably. That’s the thing with the people that we work with. Whether we get along or not, we all work together and we all respect each other and we all get the job done. There’s been people in the locker room that I haven’t got along with but you have to think about it as you’re travelling with people 300 days a year, we’re all like sisters. It’s like being in a family reunion every single day of your life.
But you hash it out and you get over it and you work together and now we all get along great and we are all one big family. I think she may have some apologising to do because it was disrespectful and our company is built on respect. But I don’t see why she wouldn’t be welcome with open arms.