WWE fans have been crediting Triple H with a number of creative decisions since he took over the reins last month, but he’s also been credited with coming up with another memorable Raw segment.
In the summer of 2020 Alexa Bliss went through a character metamorphosis as she turned to the dark side and aligned herself with Bray Wyatt and his warped world.
After Wyatt’s release, Bliss continued to evolve her character and eventually had her own Raw segment called ‘Alexa’s Playground’, inspired by Bray’s original Firefly Funhouse segments. During the Playground promos, Bliss would been seen with hero doll Lilly, often on a swing, ready to inflict more of her fun on her future opponents.
Speaking on My Love Letter To Wrestling spoke about her character development and revealed that the Playground concept was the brainchild of Triple H. With The Game now in charge at WWE, the 30-year-old also says that she’s already been brainstorming ideas of where her character will go next.
“I’ve been talking to him recently about this new direction I want to go with my character,
I had a lot of fun with the Dark Alexa character and the Playground, Triple H was actually the one who came up with Alexa’s Playground. It was his idea and I know that he has great ideas. I’m excited to pitch these ideas to him and see if we can make some of them work for WWE. Even if my ideas don’t work, I know he has his ideas and I trust his creative input full-heartedly and I know he’s going to take the company in a new direction creatively that’s going to be awesome.”
Since Alexa’s return earlier this year, she has shed the creepiness we saw in character previously and is now somewhat of a hybrid to all the guises we’ve seen from the former Women’s Champion.
Alexa was in action on Saturday night at Clash at the Castle, as she teamed with Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair and Auska as they lost to Damage Control in the show’s opener.