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Liv Morgan on Alexa Bliss Fiend Character – “I Love What She’s Doing”

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The ongoing storyline with Alexa Bliss and her ‘Fiend’ type of character has drawn derision from a number of fans over the past few months. Originally, the idea of bringing Bliss into the Firefly Funhouse and the overall Fiend concept was different, but now it’s almost beyond stale.

Since ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt disappeared from WWE programming at WrestleMania 37, Alexa Bliss has been fairly aimless as a character, with random skits and so-so storylines with the likes of Shayna Baszler.

Despite this, there are many within WWE who are big fans of Alexa Bliss and the ongoing character she is portraying. One of these is Liv Morgan, who recently expressed how ‘inspirational’ the character direction has been.

Liv Morgan on Alexa Bliss Character Direction

“I love what she’s doing,” Liv Morgan began in an interview with Stephanie Chase of Digital Spy. “It’s creative, it’s artsy, it’s dark, which are all things that I am drawn to.”

“I definitely think maybe it makes others broaden their mind as to what we can and are able to, get away with” Morgan added. “It’s inspirational in that aspect showing us we can think outside the box maybe a little bit more than we had anticipated.”

Alexa Bliss is currently scheduled to be facing Shayna Baszler at Hell In a Cell this Sunday. Here’s the currently confirmed card for the Hell In a Cell PPV event:

  • WWE Championship Hell in a Cell Match Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Drew McIntyre 
  • RAW Women’s Championship Match ’“ Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair 
  • SmackDown Women’s Championship Match ’“ Bianca Belair (c) vs. Bayley 
  • Alexa Bliss vs. Shayna Baszler 
  • Sami Zayn vs Kevin Owens
  • Seth Rollins vs Cesaro
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