Alexa Bliss was not included in the 2023 WWE Draft pool. Although Bliss wasn’t picked for either brand, her WWE return is apparently on the horizon. That being said, fans will still need to be a bit patient.

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Alexa Bliss is not on WWE television right now, but that won’t stop fans from asking about her. Boozer666 was asked behind his private Twitter about Bliss, and he revealed that there are no plans for her until after Night of Champions on May 27th in Saudi Arabia.

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As Ringside News exclusively reported, Alexa Bliss’ name hasn’t come up at all. She was around for WrestleMania, but she wasn’t used. Only time will tell when they bring her back.

A lot of fans thought that Alexa Bliss and Bray Wyatt would continue their story. There were also WrestleMania plans for Bliss. Obviously, that didn’t happen, because Bray Wyatt is still absent from WWE television with no sign of his return in sight.

Alexa Bliss was on the masked singer, and that was a fun gig for her. Still, her fans can’t wait to see her return to the ring. The general assumption is that she is being saved for a return alongside Bray Wyatt, since Wyatt wasn’t included in the 2023 WWE Draft, either.

Alexa Bliss was last seen on WWE television at the Royal Rumble. A very long hiatus followed that, and the speculation followed in a big way. Only time will tell when Alexa Bliss emerges, but she’s given it plenty of time to come back with another fresh look.

What’s your take on Alexa Bliss’ WWE absence? Did she need this time off? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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