Last night during her fatal-four way match on SmackDown with Lacey Evans, Tamina and Nikki Cross, Alexa Bliss hit her tag team partner with a Sister Abigal, the finishing move of Bray Wyatt.
After hitting the Sister Abigal, Bliss disappeared from the match. The match was later won by the aforementioned Nikki Cross, who will now challenge Bayley for the SmackDown Women’s Championship once again at Clash of Champions.
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This is just the latest chapter in the compelling storyline involving Alexa Bliss and Bray Wyatt that has seen Bliss slowing adopted mannerisms and features of Wyatt, like his dreadlocks and now finishing move.
This storyline started last month ahead of Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt’s Universal Championship match at SummerSlam. The angle saw The Fiend target Alexa Bliss as a way to get to Braun Strowman.
Last night on SmackDown, Bray Wyatt introduced a new member to the Firefly Fun House, which was revealed to be Wobbly Walrus, which is a parody of Paul Heyman.
Many people speculated that the new puppet was actually going to somehow involve Alexa Bliss to continue that angle. While it might not have been, it’s clear that the Bliss & Wyatt storyline is far from over.