WWE has a lot of plans in motion, and WrestleMania season always means that huge events are sure to take place. Sadly, it seems that WWE might have needed to scrap one WrestleMania moment that would have been sure to grab attention.

Alexa Bliss is going to be in Los Angeles for WrestleMania, and that was already confirmed by the former Women’s Champion herself on Twitter. The big question is whether she will do anything more than just sit backstage in catering.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that WWE did have plans for Bliss on the show of shows. It’s unclear whether anything will happen with this now, but there was an idea that she will have some interaction with Bray Wyatt and Uncle Howdy.

Bliss is scheduled to be in Los Angeles for Mania. Whether she’s just part of activities there or does an appearance on the show is unknown. At one point she was scheduled to be part of the segment with Wyatt and Uncle Howdy but that was well back and Wyatt’s situation has changed since then. 


Alexa Bliss was just on the Masked Singer, and it was apparent that she had a good time. A little vacation from WWE might do her some good, as she comes back refreshed. Only time will tell if she returns as a part of whatever Bray Wyatt is doing.

Bray Wyatt disappeared from WWE television, and the company soon stopped plugging his WrestleMania match all together. Then the official lineup did not list anything about Bobby Lashley vs Bray Wyatt’s impending collision. Bobby Lashley was booked in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal after that match was pulled.

What’s your take on Alexa Bliss’ booking in WWE? Will Bray Wyatt’s situation mess things up for her? Sound off in the comments!

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