Top WWE Star Blasts “Keyboard Warriors” On Social Media

WWE Superstars Alexa Bliss, Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, Asuka

Being a WWE Superstar certainly has its perks. Take WrestleMania for example. It is one of the biggest events of the year where wrestlers get to perform for millions of people from all over the world.

However, being constantly in the public eye also has its drawbacks. In today’s social media-influenced society, people are able to directly reach out and contact their favourite wrestlers with both positive and negative results.

In the past, multiple WWE Superstars have deactivated their social media account following negative interactions with online abusers.

WWE Superstar Alexa Bliss Has Fired Back At Online Abusers

Alexa Bliss is a highly-decorated WWE Superstar. She is a multi-time champion and the first wrestler to win the RAW and SmackDown Women’s Championships. Despite her in-ring success, Bliss is a polarizing character.

Throughout her storied career, she has been through several incarnations. The Goddess, Five Feet of Fury, and Little Miss Bliss. But it was her character work with the Fiend Bray Wyatt that had people talking and raising their eyebrows.

Bliss went from a coffee-loving chat show host to a wild-haired follower of the Fiend. She even started using his Sister Abigail finishing move after falling into a trance.

She was influential in the Fiend’s feud with Randy Orton, which involved fireballs, fire and apparent murder when the Viper burned the Fiend alive at TLC.

With the Fiend now out of the picture the entire act fell on her shoulders. She created Alexa’s Playground, introduced her haunted doll Lilly and began using supernatural powers against her opponents.

The haunted dolls, hypnotic possession, mind control, and levitation were a difficult pill for many viewers to swallow and received negative feedback from the majority of the audience.

Aside from her wrestling career being targeted her personal and private life are also the focus of online bullies. Taking to social media, the WWE Grand Slam Champion, fired back at internet trolls who target her with dumb messages.

“I want to know how people who are keyboard warriors think I react to seeing their tweets … are they like “THIS WILL GET HER!” “TAKE THAT”I genuinely want to know … because they make me laugh.”

Bliss hasn’t been seen on WWE television since the Royal Rumble. She recently appeared on The Masked Singer and revealed she had a skin operation.