Alexa Bliss went to an NHL game with Nia Jax and Mojo Rawley, and posted a clip of Nia giving her a nasty mean look, seemingly sarcastically, as seen below.
Bliss will soon return ot Raw to be on the show with top stars like Finn Balor. The former WWE Universal Finn Balor recently joined in for an interview with Mark Andrews and he expressed his desire to undergo a gimmick change. He also spoke about his future and dropped some hints about possibly joining NXT UK.
Finn Balor says the best is yet to come
Balor has been a top star of the company but it seems Vince McMahon doesn’t consider him as a top star of the company anymore. He has suffered a series of losses against the youngster Austin Theory, who has been heavily featured in backstage segments with the WWE Chairman. But, he believes that the best is yet to come:
“I think it’s yet to come,” Balor said. I feel like I got a little bit stale. I was tired. I was exhausted. I was worn out by dealing with the politics, the office, the writers, and everything that goes with it. I just had enough.”
“When I returned to NXT, I really felt like that rejuvenated me in the ring. One thing I felt that helped with all the negative effects of the pandemic was taking the fans out of the equation in wrestling makes you change the cadence and the tempo of the match because you’re not trying to perform for a large audience. You’re literally performing in a one-on-one environment, and you can work on the details of the match. You’re not so reliant on hearing the audible response from the crowd,” Finn said.
‘The Prince’ further reflected on ‘finding balance’ in his matches:
“I would produce a match to get a yea or a boo or a holy sh*t, but then when you take that element out of it, you can get back down to the nuts and bolts of what I actually learned in Japan which is just gritty wrestling. I really feel that despite all the negative things that the pandemic brought us, it brought me that one positive thing that I can really get back to wrestling for me and the way I like to wrestle,” he continued.
“I’m now finding that balance of how can I keep that art form of the way I like to wrestle in front of big crowds when you’re on a limited time frame with TV wrestling? I feel that finding that balance is going to be the most difficult thing.”
In October of 2019, to start NXT’s stretch on the USA Network, Balor made his return to the brand and stared down then-NXT Champion Adam Cole. Before Balor returning to NXT, he fell in defeat to ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt at SummerSlam. Balor is currently a member of the Monday Night Raw brand.