Alexa Bliss reveals she is not yet done with WWE legend Trish Stratus ahead of SummerSlam

Bliss and Stratus almost battled at the first ever all-women’s Pay-Per-View event last year but the plans were scrapped due to a concussion The Goddess suffered during her fight with Ronda Rousey at Hell in a Cell.

The WWE legend ultimately teamed up with fellow Hall of Famer Lita and defeated Mickie James as well as Alicia Fox in a Tag Team Match while the five-time women’s champion watched from ringside.

Stratus is now coming back to action to face Charlotte Flair in another dream match at SummerSlam tonight at the Scotiabank Arena in her hometown of Toronto.

Bliss, though, still has unfinished business with the seven-time women’s champion and has made it clear that she hasn’t given up on her dream to one day face the famous wrestler.

Yeah, I would love to face Trish one day

Alexa Bliss

The ex-RAW Women’s Champion told Express Sport: “Yeah, I would love to face Trish one day.

“Obviously she will be facing Charlotte at SummerSlam.

“Definitely one day I would like to get that opportunity because it’s still a match that I always wanted to have.

“It came close at Evolution.

“Yeah, definitely I want to face Trish at some point.”

Bliss is not scheduled to compete at SummerSlam but plans are always subject to change especially after the 28-year-old won the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships with British grappler Nikki Cross last Monday night on RAW.

The exciting duo defeated Asuka and Kairi Sane of The Kabuki Warriors, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville as well as former titleholders Billie Kay and Peyton Royce of The IIconics.

But Bliss’ chances of facing Stratus one day don’t look good as the wrestling legend took to Twitter and stated that her match with Charlotte will be her final bout.

The ex-Women’s Champion tweeted: “That’s a wrap on media day #1!

“First flight out of Detroit then hopped right into media talking about taking on @MsCharlotteWWE in my FINAL match this Sunday.

“Now on my way home to my littles!!!”

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