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Jeff Hardy Continues With Face Paint Look, Alexa Bliss On Who’s Helped Her

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Sources: Sam Roberts’ Wrestling Podcast

Here are some more highlights from ‘Alexa Bliss’

On who’s helped her: “In the ring-wise, I’ve learned a lot from working with Bayley. From working with Charlotte and Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks, they’ve all made me a better performer in some way or another. And I’ve had some of my best matches in NXT with Bayley, which raised my confidence in the ring because I didn’t have a whole lot of in-ring confidence because I was with Blake and Murphy. And Blake and Murphy helped me develop the actual Alexa Bliss character. I wouldn’t be the bratty person without them because I was this little, happy, glittery tutu-wearing thing and when I joined Blake and Murphy, I got to really experiment and got them to help me evolve and develop who Alexa Bliss really is. And those are definitely people who’ve helped me and influenced me the most in NXT, for sure.”

On the first women’s Money In The Bank match: “I was really excited for the women of SmackDown because RAW has always been deemed the flagship show and there were times when I was on SmackDown when we didn’t feel like we were getting the same opportunities as the women on RAW, the Hell In A Cell match, but then we started to get opportunities. Becky and I had a steel cage match and a tables match, so we were getting opportunities as well. And the fact that they get to have the first ever women’s Money In The Bank ladder match, I was super excited for them. Obviously, I would love to be a part of that, but I feel like I have moved to a different brand and I have other things to accomplish on RAW. I was super excited for them. Part of me was like, ‘oh man, I wish I could be part of that’ because that group of girls is so amazing to work with and it would have been so, so good to be able to have that moment with them, but I’m doing other things.”

– Two days ago Jeff Hardy brought back the face paint look during a WWE live event in Roanoke, Virginia. It was the first time it had been done since The Hardys return to the WWE. He continued it last night at a live event in Huntington, West Virginia. Below is a photo from his Instagram:

ThankYouHuntington,WV! . . !7-15-2017

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