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WWE Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss recently participated in a Q&A for The New York Post, and below are some highlights:

Q: When you did the Bayley: This is Your Life segment on Raw, why didn’t that work and did it bother you and Bayley?

A: We kind of knew going into it that it wasn’t going to be The Rock and Mick Foley. We pretty much took what we had. We knew the direction. We knew it was going to go really well or really bad. I knew if it was gonna go bad and it wasn’t going to be responsive to the audience, I was just going to have fun with it. So I was like you know what, there was nothing we could do about it, we are going to have fun and just make the best of it as we can.

Sometimes there is those segments that no matter what you do they are going to turn out how they are gonna turn out. I don’t think it was the writing or anything like that. I feel like it was, I’m not The Rock. She’s not Mick Foley. It’s never going to be the same as something that was done before.

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Q: What will people see from Total Divas’ Alexa Bliss that is different from the person they see on Raw?

A: Oh gosh. You probably won’t see me be mean as much. That is probably the biggest difference. I’m not nearly as mean. You get to see how the schedule affects me and Murphy and you will get to see that I get a (pet mini) pig Larry-Steve. You will see pretty much everything about Nia and I’s friendship.

Q: Asuka is making her main roster debut at TLC. What was it like working with her in NXT and how does her style from Japan make things a little different?

A: At first her style was very, very different, but I’ve worked with her so many times now that I am kind of used to her style, used to the aggression, used to how to make it work. I know because if you have two conflicting styles you can have an amazing match or it could be a hot mess. I love working with Asuka. I am really excited she’s coming to the roster. She is what this next step of the women’s revolution needs.

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