Recently, Alexa Bliss disclosed that WWE has renewed her contract and that she would begin planning a comeback approximately a month after giving birth. Bliss announced last week on Instagram that she is expecting her first child. The WWE Superstar has been sidelined for some time and will keep it up now that she is expecting.
The Messenger spoke with Alexa Bliss shortly after she revealed she was pregnant. She acknowledged that WWE granted her leave time so she could take part in The Masked Singer. She stated that her contract had been renewed by the business and that she planned to return soon after giving birth.
“WWE gave me time off for [Masked Singer] to kind of fully dive into that experience with rehearsals, vocal lessons, and all that stuff. Storyline-wise, I was not on TV anyway, so it really kind of worked out perfectly,” Bliss said.
She continued, “[WWE] extended my contract, and so it’s just basically come back when I’m ready. Probably a month after the baby, I’ll start probably getting back into the gym, and getting ready for to see what my in-ring return looks like.”
Alexa Bliss is ambitious about her choices in the women’s RAW
Nearly five years have passed since Bliss was defeated by Ronda Rousey for the RAW Women’s championship at SummerSlam 2018. Five Women’s titles have been won by her on both SmackDown and RAW. It’s interesting that from 2016 to 2018, every single title was won.
Bianca Belair’s RAW Women’s title was mentioned as a potential target by Alexa Bliss last year. She recognised that it had been almost four years since she had won a women’s singles championship. It’s gonna be great tagging with Bianca, but I still have the goal of being [at] the top of the women’s division again. It’s been a long time, it’s been about four years since I’ve held a singles championship for the women’s division, and I look forward to changing that as soon as I can, whether that’s against Bianca or anyone else on the roster. But right now, we’re all tagging together and seeing how that goes at Clash, and then after that, it’s every woman for themselves,” Bliss said.