Alexa Bliss is an American wrestler as well as a television star. She is one of the most successful female wrestlers in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Recently, the American wrestler Alexa Bliss’ Net Worth did rise promptly. She has participated in various WWE matches around the world and won championships in the two best WWE brands, “SmackDown” and “Raw”. Alexa became the first female wrestler to win the Women’s Championship title on SmackDown and Raw. She is also the first woman to win a WWE Chamber of Eliminations match. She is known as the “five feet of fury” because of her height (five feet and one inch). In 2018, she took second place among the 50 best female wrestlers of “Pro Wrestling Illustrated”.
That same year she was ranked fifth on Sports Illustrated’s list of Top 10 Women in Wrestling of the Year. She has been involved in professional bodybuilding for a short time. She is one of the youngest women to win a pro card from the International Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation (IFBB). Alexa also participates in the annual IFBB Arnold Classic Bodybuilding Championship. She was signed to World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. as a professional wrestler in 2013. As a rookie, she was also appointed to WWE’s development brand, WWE NXT. She made her screen debut on July 24 in an episode of WWE.NXT, which was recorded on June 20, 2013.
Alexa Bliss’ Net Worth:
As of 2021, Alexa Bliss’ Net Worth is estimated to be around $2.3 million. She earns an annual salary of $350,000 through her contract with WWE. The annual gross amount which she receives is higher because it includes PPV participation payments and royalties from Merchandise sales. The track record of Alexa Bliss is pretty impressive. She is a five-time WWE Women’s Champion and has won three SmackDown Women’s Championships and two Raw Women’s Championships.
Alexa Bliss wrestled against Sasha Banks in the first women’s match in Abu Dhabi. She is also a two-time women’s team champion. Also, she is part of the WWE 2k series of games, which generate more revenue. Alexa Bliss supports all WWE-sponsored charities; among them, some include Make-A-Wish, Susan G. Komen, and Connor’s Cure. She also helps to ease the impact of the Coronavirus on people’s lives.
Alexa Bliss’ Childhood & Early Life:
On August 9, 1991, Alexa Bliss was born as Alexis Kaufman in Columbus, Ohio, USA. She was born to parents Bob Kaufman and Angela Kaufman. Despite having limited income, her family traveled to places like Walt Disney World every year. At the age of five, she became interested in sports and physical activity. Her parents supported her passion and hoped that her interest in the sport would lead to a better future. And, her parents enrolled her in gymnastics class. She also plays softball, practices kickboxing, and excels in a variety of other sports, including swimming.
For her education, she attended Providence High School in North Carolina, USA. During her school days, she was a cheerleader and performed at Hilliard Davidson High School. At the age of 15, she developed an eating disorder that eventually became life-threatening. Alexa’s interest in bodybuilding helped her overcome the disease. She then started spending time doing competitive bodybuilding. She then attended the University of Akron and Columbus Community College in Ohio, located in the USA. While studying at Akron University, she achieved Division I status as a cheerleader.
Alexa Bliss Personal Life:
Alexa Bliss was previously involved in a romantic relationship with her fellow wrestling partner Matthew Adams, who is better known by his ring name Buddy Murphy. But, the two ended their engagement in 2018 and still remain friends. She had a pet pig named Larry-Steve which she shared with Adams, but the pig died on May 25, 2021. In February 2020, she began dating American musician Ryan Cabrera. They got engaged on November 14, 2020. She is a huge Disney fan and has visited Walt Disney World with her family since the age of three. She is also a fan of the professional ice hockey team of the Columbus Blue Jackets, which exemplifies her hometown.
At the age of 15, she was diagnosed with anorexia, a life-threatening eating disorder. Her condition was so bad that at first glance, doctors told her parents she might not survive the next 24 hours. However, the future professional wrestler miraculously recovered and showed a speedy recovery. Although Alexa was sure that she had overcome her illness, her symptoms reappeared. As a university cheerleader, she had to follow a strict training schedule that didn’t help her stay in shape but caused the disease again. And, owing to the resurrected disease, she lost 40 pounds in just 6 weeks. To recover, she had to gain weight again. To this end, she turned to bodybuilding and eventually won several IFBB (International Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation) events. At the age of 17, Alexa was featured on the cover of an American Cheerleader Magazine.