Alexa Bliss has given an insight into the difficult reality of being a professional wrestler, with fans often approaching them for autographs and memorabilia that they intend to sell online for a profit.

In a recent Twitter exchange with a fan, Bliss discussed the issue of fans following her and other wrestlers at the airport, trying to get items signed in order to sell them online.

She revealed that wrestlers are often approached by such fans, who become offended if the wrestler refuses to sign the items.

We’re used to it unfortunately – & these people really Think we don’t know they sell it & get super offended if we say “no thank you.” Ohhh the stories I could tell about being followed.


Bliss further explained that she has tried limiting the number of items she signs for each person, but it doesn’t always work as some fans will get back in line or follow her until she signs the rest.

I’ve tried that one – they get back in line like i wouldn’t remember them hahah … or they just keep following until you sign the rest

The intense scrutiny and pressure that comes with being a WWE Superstar is a difficult reality that many fans may not realize. While it may seem like a dream job to some, the constant attention and scrutiny can take a toll on the mental and physical well-being of wrestlers.

What are your thoughts on fans who follow wrestlers to the airport to get items signed and sell them online for profit? Leave a comment.

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