Alexa Bliss is Monday Night Raw‘s resident goddess. She’s the first woman to win both the SmackDown and Raw Women’s Championships, and did it twice. Bliss is a trail-blazer oozing with confidence, charisma, and radiant beauty. At five feet tall, she may be small, but she has already accomplished huge things inside the wrestling ring.
Bliss is a 4-time champion looking to reclaim her spot atop the Raw women’s division. She dropped her title to Nia Jax at WrestleMania and failed to reclaim the gold at Backlash. Now, she’s looking towards the Money In The Bank event this June as a launching pad back to the top.
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Alexa Bliss’ real name is Alexis Kaufman. She was born on August 9, 1991, in Columbus, Ohio. She has been employed by WWE since May 2013, initially performing in the developmental brand known as NXT. During this time, she honed her abilities in the ring and competed with the best that brand had to offer, but failed to capture the NXT Women’s Championship. During her time with NXT, she was also the manager for NXT Tag Team Champions Blake and Murphy (for as long as they stayed successful).
In July 2016, Bliss made her way over to SmackDown Live as part of the WWE Draft. She quickly ascended to the top of her brand, knocking off Becky Lynch for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship in December 2016. She lost her strap to Naomi at the 2017 Elimination Chamber event, but reclaimed the gold nine days later. Bliss walked into WrestleMania 33 as women’s champion in a six-pack challenge, but once again lost her title to Naomi.
In April 2017, Bliss made her way over to Monday Night Raw as part of the WWE Superstar Shake-up. She rose to the top of the red brand in meteoric fashion, dispatching of Bayley and capturing the WWE Raw Women’s Championship at WWE Payback on April 30, 2017.
Bliss dropped the WWE Raw Women’s Championship to Sasha Banks at the 2017 edition of SummerSlam. However, Little Miss Bliss was able to reclaim the gold only eight days later in the main event of Raw. She continued her success into 2018, winning the first-ever women’s Elimination Chamber match.
The Ohio-native lost her title to Nia Jax at WrestleMania 34, and failed to regain the gold at the Backlash pay-per-view. Despite tasting defeat on multiple occasions, Bliss’ future still appears very bright. She’ll have another shot at glory as one of the participants of the 2018 women’s Money In The Bank match.
“The Goddess” Alexa Bliss has developed a large presence on social media as well as the wrestling ring. Bliss has 2.6 million followers on Instagram, 917k followers on Twitter, and 914k likes on Facebook.