In October, Alexa Bliss was slated to face Trish Stratus at Evolution.
That match eventually morphed into a tag-team with Bliss tagging with Mickie James against the legendary duo of Lita and Trish Stratus.
The Goddess was coming off a summer of feuding with Ronda Rousey, too. To work with the UFC Hall of Famer and then a WWE Hall of Famer was to be quite the year.
But Bliss ended up losing to Rousey and never made it to Evolution, and she hasn't wrestled since.
Bliss suffered a concussion after facing Rousey on a live event loop and the WWE have yet to clear her for a return to the squared circle.
Although rumours emerged last week stating that Bliss had been cleared to take bumps at the Performance Center again, now the five-time Women's champion is suffering with an illness.
Bliss held a press conference on Monday Night Raw this week but the booking team had Nia Jax take over talking duties so Bliss could swiftly exit.
According to Brad Shepard of the Oh, You Didn't Know podcast, Bliss is still struggling.
“We know that Alexa Bliss has an illness and also she hasn’t been doing house shows as well which isn’t a good sign. So that’ll be something to watch for. You know she had the concussion trauma where she was forgetting stuff, etc and now she has an illness just like Finn Balor has an illness you know once she’s over that it’ll be interesting to watch because I’m told she’s not doing house shows so we’ll see how it plays out.”
The current Raw GM of the women's division refuted his claims, though, saying she simply had a cold.
There's no doubt that Bliss is one of the top personalities on Raw and the women's division is stronger with her as a part of it. Let's hope that she gets back to full health in time for the Royal Rumble in January, an event she wasn't able to partake in last year as the reigning Raw champion.
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