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Alexa Bliss Then and Now: How has the WWE Superstar changed?

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WWE Superstar Alexa Bliss made her debut in the company way back in 2014 as part of the NXT brand, but how much has she changed since then?

The former WWE RAW and SmackDown Women’s Champion has gone through a multitude of different looks during her time with the company, which as of 2022 is approaching 8 years.

From her original time in NXT all the way through to her Fiend-type gimmick, we’ve seen quite a lot from the WWE Superstar.

Alexa Bliss Then (2014)

Check out the images below to see Alexa Bliss from her debut back in 2014 to now:

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Now (2022)

From Alexa’s Instagram
Alexa Bliss with her mom

Bliss made her return to the company back at the WWE Elimination Chamber 2022 event in February, but she has been absent from programming since then.

There is currently no word on when WWE will be looking to bring Alexa back to television, but at this point, it will likely be beyond WrestleMania 38 on Saturday, April 2nd and Sunday, April 3rd.

WWE may opt to have Bliss challenge one of the two Women’s Champions heading out of the event at WrestleMania Backlash. We’ll have to wait and see what they decide on that front.

Zodiac Sign

Alexa Bliss’ Zodiac Sign Alexa is a Leo. She was born on August 9th, 1991 in Columbus, Ohio.

Leo’s are warm-hearted, generous people who love to be the centre of attention. They are also natural leaders and enjoy being in charge.

Leo’s are often blessed with good looks and a magnetic personality. They are confident and optimistic, which makes them very likeable people.

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