Alexa Bliss has recently joined hands with Bray Wyatt’s alter ego, The Fiend. On the latest edition of Monday Night Raw, in a backstage segment, she officially dumped Nikki Cross.
Alexa Bliss ends her friendship with Nikki Cross
Alexa Bliss, who recently got into a gimmick change as she is now allied with The Fiend. In a backstage segment on this week’s Monday Night Raw, she ended her partnership with her former tag-team partner, Nikki Cross.
In the backstage segment, Bliss was seen picking off petals of flowers when Cross turned up. The former WWE Raw Women’s Champion said that she saw Cross after a long time but Cross said she saw her last week.
Alexa Bliss was previously assaulted by The Fiend on an episode of SmackDown after Nikki Cross had left Bliss alone in the ring. On this week’s episode of Raw, Cross brought up the incident and wanted to talk about it with her.
Bliss was asked to choose either Cross or The Fiend. She answered promptly and said, “Him”[referring to The Fiend]. She blew off the petals in Cross’ face and walked off as Cross looked disheartened.
Alexa Bliss has transformed her gimmick after she partnered with The Fiend. Her first involvement with The Fiend was witnessed when Bliss’ image was used as Sister Abigail in the cinematic match between The Fiend and Braun Strowman at Extreme Rules. Bliss gradually started inclining towards The Fiend.
Bliss and Cross have held the Women’s Tag-Team titles twice
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross had formed a tag-team in 2019. They went onto become the WWE Women’s Tag-Team Champions after they had won a fatal-four-way elimination tag-team match. They had successful title defenses until they lost it to Kabuki Warriors.
At Wrestlemania 36, Bliss and Cross recaptured the titles for the second time becoming the first team to have held the title twice. However, the reign did not last long as they were defeated by Sasha Banks and Bayley which ended 62 days title reign.
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