This week’s roster ratings drop for “WWE 2K23” prompted certain superstars to share their thoughts. Gunther argued that his rating was too low for a star of his caliber. However, Alexa Bliss disagrees with The Ring General’s confidence since she thinks that her rating might be excessive.

In this year’s game, Bliss received an 85 rating, one point higher than her 84 rating in “WWE 2K22.” She stated that she expected her new grade to be lower but described it as “quite fair” in an interview with UpUpDownDown.

Bliss echoed remarks she made on the state of her character from last year when she said that she had lost some steam in the previous 12 months. This might have come after a lackluster run in the last year with no meaningful programs.

“I’ve been a little lost lately… on my game. I haven’t really been on my game, and so that’s why I’m looking to change all of that tonight.”


Afterward, she said that she was on the “slow burn” road to success, and despite being surprised by her impressive “WWE 2K23″ rating, she’s still more than happy to accept it.”

Since making a comeback on “WWE Raw” last year, Bliss has had trouble finding success. She made an unsuccessful bid to win the “Raw” Women’s Title from Bianca Belair at this year’s WWE Royal Rumble, and she hasn’t been on WWE television in recent weeks.

Uncle Howdy recently confronted her, implying that she will play a role in the ongoing saga of Bray Wyatt. We will have to wait and see how the former WWE Women’s champion will fit into WWE’s plans on the road to WrestleMania 39.

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