What is Alexa Bliss’ Net Worth?

How Rich is Alexa Bliss

Hos much is Alexa Bliss worth?

The wrestler has amassed a net worth of $2 million.

Alexa Bliss – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $2 million
Date of birth: August 9, 1991 (32 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 155
Profession: Wrestler

Biography – A Short Wiki

Alexa was born August 9, 1991 in Columbus, Ohio. Since the early age, Alexa did a lot of sports, such as gymnastics, softball, and kickboxing. As a teenager, Bliss experienced a serious eating disorder but managed to recover. Alexa Bliss is currently fighting at WWE rings. In 2017, Bliss got engaged to her boyfriend and fellow wrestler, Buddy Murphy. They make quite a handsome couple and we can’t wait to see their wedding.


She sought after expert lifting weights for a short period. She was probably the most youthful female to gain a ‘Worldwide Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness’ (IFBB) master card. She additionally took an interest in the yearly ‘IFBB Arnold Classic’ weight training title.

How Rich is Alexa Bliss
Alexa Bliss is looking supreme as ever, and her net worth isn’t too bad either.

Personal Life

Kaufman is an enthusiastic aficionado of Disney, which she credits to her family’s yearly excursions to Walt Disney World beginning at age three, in spite of her family’s low pay at that point. She is likewise a fanatic of her old neighborhood Columbus Blue Jackets. She has referred to Trish Stratus and Rey Mysterio as her persuasions in wrestling. She likewise has a pet pig named Larry-Steve.


“I love to talk. Everyone knows that you don’t want to start a conversation with me unless you want me to end it the next day, because I never stop talking.”

— Alexa Bliss

“I would say wrestling gives you confidence. It gives you strength. It helps you learn discipline, and to know that you have to love the process and respect the process, and if you just keep going, you can accomplish anything.”

— Alexa Bliss

“If I am with one person, I am very talkative, and personable. I will talk your ear off, but if there is another person interjected, I get so awkward. I am like the awkward one in those situations, but I feel like a lot of creative people are.”

— Alexa Bliss

“When it was time for me to get in the ring, I was ready.”

— Alexa Bliss

“I remember, even when I first started out in NXT and the girls wanted to do certain moves in matches, and I remember, our coach would tell us, ‘You don’t have to do that. You don’t have to learn that. This is what is required of you.’ And it was a lot of hair pulling, a lot of slapping. And it just wasn’t seen as being taken seriously.”

— Alexa Bliss