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“I’m Gonna Eat My Fries”- Video Of Alexa Bliss Deflecting Question About Ezekiel Goes Viral On Social Media

WWE RAW is one of the most popular pro wrestling shows on earth right now. More than 1.5 million in the US tune in regularly to watch the red brand of the world’s biggest wrestling promotion every Monday night. Alexa Bliss and Ezekiel are two of the prominent members of the current WWE RAW roster.

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Bliss recently made her return to WWE after a brief hiatus owing to personal reasons. She is on a winning streak at the moment, and fans expect her to challenge for the RAW Women’s Championship in the coming days. At the moment, she is not a part of any major rivalries.

On the latest edition of WWE’s The Bump, Alexa Bliss appeared as one of the guests. During the show, the hosts asked her about the hilarious storyline involving Elias and Ezekiel. The latter made his debut on WWE RAW after WrestleMania 38, where he claimed to be Elias’ younger brother. However, former Universal Champion Kevin Owens thinks that Ezekiel is a liar, and he himself is Elias.

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When asked about her views on that storyline, Alexa quickly replied: “I’m just gonna sit and eat my fries. My forever mood #LoveFrenchFries,” she added on Twitter. You can see the tweet here:

Should Alexa Bliss consider moving to WWE SmackDown soon?

There is too much competition at the top as far as the RAW Women’s Division is concerned. Becky Lynch, Asuka, and Bianca Belair will collide in a triple threat match for the WWE RAW Women’s Championship this Sunday at the Hell in a Cell premium live event.

Bliss could move to the SmackDown brand, where the reigning WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey issues open challenges to the entire locker room. Raquel Rodriguez has failed to dethrone Ronda, but a former five-time champion like Alexa could end Ronda’s reign on the blue brand.

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Vinay

Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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