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WWE News: Alexa Bliss gives top tips for becoming a WWE Superstar

Thomas Lowson
1.38K   //    01 Sep 2018, 00:29 IST

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Bliss is a 3-time RAW Women's Champion and a 2-time SmackDown Live Women's Champion.

What's the story?

WWE Monday Night RAW Superstar Alexa Bliss has said eating well and being nice are just some of her top tips to becoming a WWE Superstar.

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Bliss is a 5-time women's champion and the first woman in history to capture the RAW and SmackDown Live women's championships.

The heart of the matter

Speaking to the BBC, Bliss said it was important for upcoming Superstars to realize how long the journey can take.

"It's not a sprint, it's a marathon. You have to work every day to accomplish your goals, and then set more goals for yourself... know that it's gonna take time and keep with the process.

The pint-size Superstar also said having a support group to lean on was important.

Have close friends and family that will support you and know that that support is there for you whenever you need it.

Having a role model in wrestling was also important, with Alexa saying she idolized stars such as Trish Stratus and Rey Mysterio.

At the time when I was watching Rey, I was a gymnast and so everything he did kind of fascinated me and it really sparked my love for what goes on in the ring.

Alexa also said it was crucial to keep on a strict diet plan to maintain a healthy lifestyle on the road.

If you don't, it's so hard on the road. It's basically making sure that you have the discipline to follow the eating pattern that helps you in the ring and have a healthy lifestyle.

Finally, Bliss said being nice was crucial to being friends with Superstars on the road.

Train hard, stay humble and don't be as mean as I am on TV."

What's next?

Bliss will be facing WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus at the upcoming all-female WWE pay per view, Evolution.

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Thomas Lowson
Thomas is a 23-year-old wrestling fan, who started watching in 2003. He is also a Journalism graduate from Sheffield Hallam University.
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