Alexa Bliss Says Both SmackDown And Raw Have "Solid" Women's Divisions

Alexa Bliss says competition made WWE's women's division what it is today.

Last week, Bliss moved to Raw during the Superstar Shakeup. The former SmackDown Women's Champion was interviewed by the Louisville Courier-Journal to promote WWE television's return to Kentucky. As a wrestler who has appeared on Smackdown and Raw since the brand split, Bliss gave her opinion on how the divisions stack up against each other. 

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"I think both brands are amazing in their own ways. Sometimes SmackDown could be overlooked as Raw is branded as the flagship show, but both of our divisions are solid. Neither of our divisions have a weak link. We all step up our game and we all show time and time again why we are all part of the women’s revolution that’s going on right now. We are all taking the game, changing it and keeping it going," said Bliss. 

Bliss also said why she thinks the women's division has been so successful. 

"The competition is getting more and more because we all want to keep this revolution going. We’re making history time and time again. We’re main-eventing matches and having historic matches. I had the first ever tables match for the title at TLC  We’ve had our women in Hell in a Cell and steel-cage matches for the title. These things that haven’t been done before with women and we’re doing them and doing them well. … Our fans have been so behind this women’s revolution and so supportive. We haven’t really had any negative feedback from our fans about our women getting more opportunities, and I think that helps so much," said Bliss. 

Bliss also discussed her match being moved to the main card at WrestleMania 33. The interview also covered her gymnastic background and her love of Panic! at the Disco. 

The rest of the interview can be found at

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