Former Raw and Smackdown Women’s Champion, Alexa Bliss spoke to TMZ about her role as Host of WrestleMania 35, and her future as an in-ring competitor.
Speaking about being the Host of WrestleMania, Bliss noted how nervous she was:
“I’m very excited, very nervous. I’ve only ever hosted ‘A Moment of Bliss’ and it always gets interrupted, and never follows through the way I want it to. Fights break out and stuff just happens, so I’m hoping WrestleMania goes a little more smoother than ‘A Moment of Bliss.’ Very excited, very nervous, though.”
Bliss, who has defended her brand’s top title at the previous two WrestleManias was then asked about how she felt regarding being the host on the “grandest stage of them all” rather than wrestling, she replied with the following:
“Medically, I’m completely able to wrestle. I’m fantastic, I’ve been wrestling at all the live events for the past month, month and a half. But right now on TV, I’m just focusing on the hosting role to get ready for WrestleMania. It’s not that I’m injured or that I’m out of the ring, I’m completely fine, doing well, feel great, been doing all the live events, but just right now I’m focused on hosting because I don’t want to go out there and make a fool out of myself.”
Alexa Bliss spoke about when she thinks she will be back in the ring and has a huge target in mind for when the time comes:
“Hopefully after WrestleMania. My plan is, whoever wins that women’s main event, that’s who I got my eyes on.”
WrestleTalk will be providing live coverage for the WrestleMania 35 on Sunday night for which Alexa Bliss will be the host as Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair make history as the first women to ever headline WWE’s biggest show of the year. Be sure to check out our WrestleMania weekend schedule to see what else we will be covering by clicking here.
Thanks to WrestlingInc. for the transcripts.