Alexa Bliss certainly did not spend a childhood of the simplest and during her first days of training in the roster of Raw and SmackDown respectively in 2016 and 2017 she repeatedly recalled her eating disorders, problems that in her adolescence the they almost ended his life.
During the Hall of Fame podcast with WWE legend Booker T The Goddess of WWE she returned to talk about that sad time where she had horrible moments at the time of the High School.
The words of Alexa Bliss at the podcast Hall of Fame
During the podcast Alexa revealed: “I was bullied during my childhood.
I was even forced to change school given my situation. The day before the Christmas holidays I was walking down the halls with my boyfriend and I was punched by a girl and I was knocked out. The truth is this girl wanted to set part of a group and they told her she had to hit someone.
I was an easy target, I remember that I couldn't see anything that Christmas because my eyes were practically closed. "Alexa was forced to change schools but improved in her self defense. Alexa reveals that because of her character in WWE she struggled to have boys: "Because of the person and character I was playing the boys were afraid to come to me, especially when I was at the top of WWE and I was champion."
Alexa Bliss also revealed that one of the plots that was most dear to her is the one that saw her protagonist in the storyline with Nia Jax in 2018. A plot on body shaming, a situation that was close to her heart given her difficult experience personal.
Bliss said that before the challenges she and Nia Jax had repeatedly discussed what their storyline could do and the goal of their storyline was to prove that bullies never win. Ultimately this thing worked because it culminated at WrestleMania 34 with Nia Jax winning the Women's Raw title, her first and only title.
Furthermore, as reported on the eve of the Friday Night Smackdown episode aired tonight, WWE had already foreseen an angle with Kevin Owens and Alexa Bliss in this episode, where the Canadian would have asked the former champion of the blue show for explanations, regarding the various trance attacks that the girl would have suffered in recent weeks, with the great contribution of The Fiend, which apparently was the author of everything we had seen in the previous episodes of the blue show.
For those who do not want to have spoilers of the Smackdown episode aired this night on FOX, please finish your reading here. As you might have guessed from the Kevin Owens Show segment, The Fiend eventually appeared sensationally in the latest installment of the blue show, brutally attacking the former Universal Champion, with Alexa Bliss standing there watching.