Alexa Bliss will compete inside a WWE ring for the first time since October 2018 this weekend (27 January), having announced her official participation in the second women's Royal Rumble during last night's Raw.
The former Raw and SmackDown Women's Champion broke the news during her new Moment Of Bliss segment. A big brawl featuring some of the match's other participants broke out before dissipating, and with Alexa left alone on the ramp, she announced she'd be competing.
Lacey Evans would then interrupt and run down the women's division, though Bliss' imminent return is the bigger story here.
While Alexa technically took part in a couple of house show matches last October, she took no bumps. This means that her last true match was versus Ronda Rousey at September 2018's Hell In A Cell pay-per-view.
Bliss has been slotted into a variety of different non-wrestling roles since then, as her concussion issues refused to clear. Recent weeks brought talk that she'd resumed training at the Performance Center, however, and she has now been cleared to resume her true career.
A welcome addition to the women's Royal Rumble, and it'll be great to see Bliss competing again.
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