Top Female Star Reacts To Being Left Out Of WWE’s Women’s History Month Graphic

WWE Raw Women's Championship Belt

To celebrate Women’s History Month, WWE recently posted a graphic on social media highlighting some of their incredible female performers.

The caption stated: “WWE celebrates the women transforming sports-entertainment every day #WomensHistoryMonth”

The post features Becky Lynch, Asuka, Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Charlotte Flair, and more. However, some fans were quick to notice that more than one former Women’s Champion still on the roster was missing.

One absent star is Alexa Bliss, and one fan went as far as tweeting the former champion questioning why. Bliss responded that she wasn’t surprised to be omitted. Interestingly, high-profile stars such as Ronda Rousey, Shayna Baszler, and Sonya Deville also didn’t feature.

Alexa Bliss Missing From WWE

The five-time Women’s Champion was heavily featured on WWE television heading into the Royal Rumble where she was locked in a rivalry with Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair. The star had also seemingly been targeted by Uncle Howdy, who began showing up during her segments and matches.

After losing to Belair at the Royal Rumble, Howdy asked her again, “Do you feel in charge?” This was her last involvement on television.

Shortly after the event, it was reported that Bliss would be taking a break although she appeared to dispute this. In reaction to the reports, Bliss told fans not to believe everything that they read.

Bliss’ WrestleMania status remains unclear, with the event just a month away. At present, she is not involved in any storylines and isn’t in contention for championship gold. In her absence, Uncle Howdy has also now joined forces with Uncle Howdy, leaving her involvement with the pair unclear.