SmackDown Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss is in for the title defense of her life at WrestleMania.
Per the order of General Manager Daniel Bryan, “every available woman on the SmackDown LIVE roster” will have an opportunity to seize Bliss’ title Sunday, April 2, on The Grandest Stage of Them All. In light of the champion’s inability to identify even a single contender she would be willing to face, Bryan’s ruling appears to be the exact opposite of what Alexa had in mind for her WrestleMania dance card.
Inaugural SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, former Divas Champion Natalya and six-time champion Mickie James have all stated their intentions of enjoying a golden WrestleMania moment. In Lynch, Bliss has a familiar rival; in Natalya, a submission sorceress; and in James, an ally whose loyalties might be in question.
The pool of potential challengers doesn’t end there, either. What other female Superstars from Team Blue might enter the fray between now and April 2?
Even though this isn’t the WrestleMania match she hoped for, the fiery champion won’t fall easily. Bliss’ hair-trigger temper would prompt a charging bull to change course, and with her back against the wall, it’s frightening to think what WWE’s Wicked Witch could resort to.
Remember the wording given “SmackDown Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss to defend against all SmackDown women who are available to compete”
Meaning the WWE could pull a fast one and a returning superstar could be sprung upon us and I’m not going to fall for it so instead of name a winner am just going to cheat and say a new champion is going to be crowned that’s my prediction.