Alexa Bliss Refutes WWE Hiatus Rumors – “They Know Where To Find Me”

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Alexa Bliss hasn’t been seen on WWE television since failing to capture the Raw Women’s Championship in her bout with Bianca Belair at the Royal Rumble on January 28th.

A report in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter said that the star was on “another hiatus for a while,” but Little Miss Bliss herself has now taken to social media to weigh in on her status, refuting the idea that she’s on hiatus. She says the company knows where to find her.

“Tired of seeing these tweets. I am not on a hiatus. They know where to find me.”

In a follow-up tweet, the Women’s Triple Crown Champion made it clear to fans that they only get as much insight to her life as she wants to provide.

“also need to remember – you only see what parts of life I want you to see.”

This is not the first time Bliss has taken media outlets to task for reporting her hiatus, making similar claims back in February that fans shouldn’t believe everything they read.

A follow-up report from PWInsider says that those within the company believe Bliss to be on a “break,” though the specifics of timeframe and reason for the break are unknown at this time. The report also states that Bliss has not been on the road with the company since her last appearance.

Alexa Bliss Faced Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair At WWE Royal Rumble

At the Royal Rumble in San Antonio, TX, Alexa Bliss faced off against Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair in an attempt to once again carry gold in WWE. The two had previously faced off on the January 2nd episode of Raw in a bout that ended in disqualification.

For weeks, Bliss had been teasing that she would turn to the dark side and re-join Bray Wyatt, with his moth logo regularly appearing during her segments on Raw. During the championship bout on January 2nd, a masked figure appeared in the crowd and the moth logo appeared once again, causing Bliss to snap and launch a vicious attack on the referee. She also attacked Belair, bloodying the champion by throwing her into both the ring post and steps.

Their Royal Rumble bout once again saw Belair retain her championship, and she is set to face Asuka at WrestleMania 39 in Los Angeles, CA.