Alexa Bliss has emerged to become one of the most talented WWE superstars in the women’s division. It is interesting to note that every time we have seen Little Miss Bliss with a championship title, she has spotted her own unique pose with the gold and recently revealed who helped her invent it.

Alexa Bliss has held a total of 8 championships in her career so far, capturing three RAW and two SmackDown Women’s championships. Apart from winning singles titles, she has also won the WWE Women’s Tag Team titles three times, twice with Nikki Cross and once with Asuka.

Little Miss Bliss has been seen holding championship belts in her own signature way, placing the title beside her head. Alexa Bliss recently revealed that it was her former fiancé, Buddy Mathews, who suggested she do the title pose. She spoke about this during an interview with BT Sport.

“So Murphy came up with that. Because I wore the tutus with the belt when I was doing the Harley Quinn thing, he was like ‘you should hold it like this’, so I was holding my belts and stuff like that. And so then once I won the title, I held the title like that, because I was thinking ‘what’s going to show the title plus show my face on camera and make (them) a close as possible?’”


Alexa Bliss is set to challenge Bianca Beliar tonight for the RAW Women’s championship. This will be the first edition of RAW in 2023 and see explosive in-ring action between the two dynamic superstars of the WWE women’s division.

Do you think Alexa Bliss will win the RAW Women’s championship tonight? Sound off in the comments!

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