Ask most fans to give you a list of their top three female competitors from either Raw or SmackDown Live and you’ll probably see the name Alexa Bliss in many of those lists. Fans in the WWE Universe may differ on their like or dislike for self-proclaimed “Goddess” of the WWE, but she has earned her reputation as one of the best, even if you only look at her accomplishments on paper.
Alexa Bliss has been carrying the torch as Raw Women’s Champion for most of 2017. With two title reigns and only a few days away from breaking the record as the longest title-holding female in WWE, should she hold the Raw Women’s Title until Wednesday of next week, her current reign as champ will give her more than 113 days as the titleholder and allow her to break the current record held by Charlotte Flair.
Not only could Bliss break the record for the longest single run as the champ but, if she holds the title for only a few more days and manages to get through Monday’s Raw without losing the belt, she’ll have held the title longer (if you add up her combined reigns) longer than any other female competitor since the title was created. She’ll also have managed that feat in fewer runs as the champion than any other female competitor.
The question is, does the WWE want Bliss to hold these particular records? Do they see big things out of her to the point they want her to be labeled as the longest reigning Raw Women’s Champion in history? Or, is she considered second fiddle still to someone like Charlotte (who while not currently on the Raw roster) still holds that record?
If it’s latter, expect there to be some sort of angle on Raw where Bliss will lose the title. If she hangs onto it, Bliss is definitely seen as the best female all-around talent WWE currently has on the red brand. That’s saying a lot considering which female talent are employed on Raw.
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