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Alexa Bliss Reportedly “Frustrated” Over Lack Of Creative Direction

Alexa Bliss

A new report has claimed that Alexa Bliss has become increasingly frustrated with her current role and recent inactivity with WWE.

Alexa Bliss hasn’t been seen on WWE television since competing inside the Elimination Chamber in the event of the same name in February. That bout was Bliss’ first since September 2021 after being defeated by Charlotte Flair.

In the weeks leading up to Elimination Chamber, the former Raw Women’s Champion returned to WWE television where she appeared in a number of backstage ‘therapy sessions’ in an effort to control her anger.

While part of Bliss’ absence can be attributed to her recent wedding and subsequent honeymoon, a new report has suggested that there is more to the story than meets the eye.

The report from Fightful Select noted that even when Bliss made her in-ring return at Elimination Chamber, there was “no substantial creative direction” for the star. Fightful add that they have been told by creative, higher-ups and other talent, that Bliss voiced her displeasure over the situation following the event in Saudi Arabia.

It was said that Bliss was willing to work at WrestleMania, and there were a number of pitches made for her to be involved in the match between Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch, although these were shot down. It is unclear where these pitches came from.

Furthermore, by the end of February it was clear that Bliss wouldn’t be appearing at WrestleMania and “the priority of booking Bliss shifted significantly” after her vignettes aired.

Talent and creative were reportedly told that Alexa Bliss was “very transparent” regarding her frustration at not being booked in something substantial at being out of action for half a year. There was also word backstage that Bliss had voiced this frustration directly to WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.

The former Raw Women’s Champion reportedly remains the number two babyface on Raw, but there are currently no plans for her to return to action.