Alexa Bliss and ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt are essentially no longer an item after Bliss not only cost Wyatt his WWE WrestleMania 37 match against ‘The Viper’ Randy Orton but during the subsequent editions of WWE Monday Night Raw to follow where Bliss would state that she, along with her new literal puppet named Lily didn’t like the Fiend. In response to this, former WWE writer Vince Russo responded to Bliss’ segment this past week on Raw, trashing the ‘weak’ story and would ask the interviewer in question when WWE married the the Fiend and Bliss to make a larger point. This ‘creepy’ Alexa Bliss schoolgirl photo just leaked.
However, this ‘unholy wedding’ never took place, so it’s unclear to determine what Russo was actually talking about. Russo made the following comments on the latest edition of Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Legion of RAW show. Credit to SportsKeeda for the below.
“I can’t believe it. Six months, a year, however long… whenever they tied Alexa Bliss to The Fiend, however long ago that was, and I remember her cutting her promos to Nikki – ‘whenever I’m around him’, this, that and the other thing, after all that, the end of the story is that Lily didn’t like The Fiend. Are you kidding me? How long ago did they marry Alexa and The Fiend? How long ago was that? So that’s the end story. Lily, we didn’t even know a Lily existed until last week, she didn’t like The Fiend which explains now why we had the black. [goo] gimmick… do you know how weak that story is?”
Did ‘weight gain’ by Bray Wyatt anger this top WWE executive? In other news regarding Alexa Bliss’ former interest, Bray Wyatt, WWE announced recently that they will be filling a new trademark in regards to The Fiend. The trademark is for ‘Let Me In’, one of Wyatt’s more popular catchphrases. WWE has also released new merchandise in relation to The Fiend, however some are more questionable than others. Credit to HeelByNature for the below description of the trademark.
International Class 025: Clothing, namely, tops, shirts, jackets, sweatshirts, hoodies; bottoms as clothing, pants, shorts; headwear, namely, hats, caps
In International Class 025, the mark was first used by the applicant or the applicant’s related company or licensee or predecessor in interest at least as early as 08/31/2019, and first used in commerce at least as early as 08/31/2019, and is now in use in such commerce. The applicant is submitting one(or more) specimen(s) showing the mark as used in commerce on or in connection with any item in the class of listed goods/services, consisting of a(n) Top.