Alexa Bliss On Who Came Up With ‘Alexa’s Playground’

Alexa Bliss

Alexa Bliss has revealed who was the brains behind Alexa’s Playground, while she also reflected on how much fun she had playing her ‘Dark Alexa’ character.

In the summer of 2020 Alexa Bliss came under the spell of The Fiend Bray Wyatt and her character underwent a creepy transformation. Bliss adopted some of Wyatt’s moves in the ring and the pair set about terrorising the main roster.

While Bray Wyatt had his ‘Firefly Funhouse’ segments, in time Bliss had her own backstage segment titled “Alexa’s Playground.’ In the segments, Bliss was often seen with her doll Lilly plotting and dreaming up more chaos to unleash on the WWE roster.

Speaking on My Love Letter To Wrestling, Bliss reflected on his period of her career and revealed that the Playground was a Triple H idea. With Triple H now installed as WWE’s Head of Creative the former Women’s Champion said that she’s already been pitching The Game a whole load of new ideas and directions for her character.

“I’ve been talking to him recently about this new direction I want to go with my character,”

“I had a lot of fun with the Dark Alexa character and the Playground, Triple H was actually the one who came up with Alexa’s Playground. It was his idea and I know that he has great ideas. I’m excited to pitch these ideas to him and see if we can make some of them work for WWE. Even if my ideas don’t work, I know he has his ideas and I trust his creative input full-heartedly and I know he’s going to take the company in a new direction creatively that’s going to be awesome.”

After taking a break from WWE earlier in 2022, Bliss returned to action with a new variation of her character, shedding her old creepy ways. However, it seems that the woman herself isn’t totally onboard with her new on-screen character, describing it elsewhere as “boring.”

Alexa Bliss was most recently in action at Clash At The Castle where she teamed with Bianca Belair and Asuka in defeat to Bayley, IYO SKY and Dakota Kai.

H/t to Fightful for the transcription.