Alexis Kauffman, better known as Alexa Bliss, is a WWE superstar currently active on the Raw brand. She is one of the foremost faces of the women’s division with WWE viewing her as an indispensable asset.
Alexa has a story that can be inspiring for many people. She was a lifelong sportsperson and cheerleader growing up. However, it was the splendor of professional wrestling that attracted her.
She battled a life-threatening eating disorder, and it was competitive bodybuilding that helped her get back on her feet. Bliss was signed by NXT in 2013 and she made her televised debut in the same year. She was also a part of Triple H’s WrestleMania entrance showing the company’s confidence in her.
However, NXT is more of a sports brand than a sports entertainment brand. Bliss, on the other hand, was still learning the ropes. That didn’t discount the fact that she was a great entertainer and looked set for the big leagues.
That is why she was booked as a valet for the tag team of Blake and Murphy. As NXT invested more in people they saw as good athletes at the time, Bliss wasn’t able to win the NXT Women’s Championship. In her defense, the division was dominated by splendid performers like Sasha Banks, Bayley, and Charlotte Flair.
Her main roster debut would change everything. She was brought up to the Smackdown brand in 2016. It was immediately obvious that Vince McMahon had a lot more confidence in her than Triple H did.
Bliss would become the second Smackdown Women’s Champion after defeating Becky Lynch at TLC. Following this, she would have a dominant reign with the title and would even defend her title at WrestleMania. After a dominant showing on Smackdown, Bliss had an equally good time on Monday Night Raw.
She feuded with and defeated stars like Sasha Banks, Bayley, and Charlotte Flair. Bliss also had a stint in the newly formed women’s tag team division. Her pairing with Nikki Cross was well received.
Alexa then began taking on a more sinister side. Her attraction to “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt saw her leave her friend Nikki Cross and ultimately betray her for a new partner in the Firefly Fun House.
Alexa Bliss worked as Bray Wyatt’s evil accomplice and stood by his side as unusual turned into insane.
Alexa Bliss’ track record is pretty impressive. She is a five-time Women’s Champion in WWE, having won the SmackDown Women’s Championship three times, and the Raw Women’s Championship two times. She is also a two-time women’s tag team champion.
In what turned out to be a historic moment, Alexa Bliss wrestled in the first women’s match in Abu Dhabi against Sasha Banks.
Alexa Bliss has a 2021 net worth of $2.3 million. She earns an annual salary of $350, 000 through her WWE contract.
She has also been a part of the WWE 2k series games leading to more income.
Alexa Bliss supports all WWE-sponsored charities. This includes Make-A-Wish, Susan G. Komen, and Connor’s Cure. She is also helping alleviate the impacts of the coronavirus on the lives of people.
Here are Alexa Bliss’ social media handles –
Instagram – @alexa_bliss_wwe_
Twitter – @AlexaBliss_WWE
|Real Name||Alexis Kaufman|
|Born||August 9, 1991 (age 29)|
|Height||5 ft 1 in (155 cm)|
|Weight||102 lb (46 kg)|
|Parents||Angela Kaufman, Bob Kaufman|
|Address||World Wrestling Entertainment, 1241 East Main Street, Stamford, CT 06902 US|
|Marital Status||Engaged (Ryan Cabrera)|
|Ring name(s)||Alexa Bliss|
|Trained By||Mike Quackenbush, WWE Performance Center|
|Net Worth||$2.3 Million|