Jericho welcomes Alexa Bliss to the show.
Bliss informs that she had very bad anxiety when she was told that she would be turning heel. She didn’t know how to be mean, and she was terrified that she would fail as a heel. She can recall doing ‘heat drills’ at the Performance Centre where they would practice being a heel, but she would often break down in the middle of the drills and start crying.
After turning heel, she has started to find her niche as a heel and she admits that this ‘bitchy’ role really suits her. Jericho agrees and says that she got an amazing reaction when she recently debuted on RAW after coming over from Smackdown Live.
Bliss informs that moving from NXT to WWE was like going from high school to college. In NXT the company takes care of everything for you, including you bus rides and your hotels. When she debuted in WWE, things were completely different and that took some getting used to, but all the talent on Smackdown Live’s roster helped her out with that transition.
Bliss mentions that she grew up in Columbus, where her and her family would watch RAW every Monday night. She started watching wrestling when she was six years old, but one day she told her mom to ‘suck it’ after being told to clean her room, and that resulted in her not being allowed to watch the attitude era at home anymore. She says that she would go to her grandmother’s house on Monday’s then so she could still watch.