Alexa Bliss

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Alexa Bliss - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career

Alexa Bliss is an American actress and professional wrestler. She gained recognition for her achievements in the wrestling world, such as being a two-time SmackDown Women’s Champion and three-time Raw Women’s Champion.

On-screen, she has made appearances in several television shows, including Total Divas (2015–2019) and Walk the Prank (2017–2018).


She started her career as a professional wrestler by joining World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. in 2013. As a newbie, she was relegated to WWE’s developmental brand, WWE NXT.

She made her on-screen debut in the same year. During her debut appearance, she was seen to praise the first female WWE NXT champion, Paige.

Then, she made her broadcast debut the next year when she contended in a competition for the WWE NXT Women’s Championship. She kept on showing up in the competition until 2016.

After building a good resume, she was drafted into the WWE SmackDown brand that very year as a feature of the WWE draft where she managed to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship in 2017.

She won the championship two times and that was when her popularity picked up. Therefore, she was invited to various WWE TV shows to share her experience.

In 2017, she joined the main cast of the well-known reality show Total Divas. She was considered a regular member during the show which follows the existence of female WWE wrestlers.

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  • Real Name: Alexis Lexi Kaufman
  • Stage Name: Alexa Bliss, Alexis Cabrera, Lexi Cabrera
  • Nickname: Alexa
  • Birthday: August 9, 1991
  • Birthplace: Columbus, Ohio, United States
  • Zodiac Sign: Leo
  • Nationality: American
  • Religion: Christian
  • Profession: Professional Wrestler, Actress
  • Education: The Ohio State University, The University of Akron, Hilliard Davidson High School
  • Hobbies: Watching softball game, watching horror movies
  • Facebook: Alexa Bliss Official
  • Twitter: @AlexaBliss_WWE
  • Instagram: @alexa_bliss_wwe_
  • TikTok: –
  • YouTube: –

Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance

  • Height: 155 cm (5’1”)
  • Weight: 46 kg (102 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Blonde
  • Eye Color: Blue
  • Body Measurements: 34-26-35 (Bust -34, Waist -26, and Hips -35 inches)
  • Shoe Size: 7 (US)
  • Dress Size: –


  • Father: Bob Kaufman
  • Mother: Angela Kaufman
  • Brother: –
  • Sister: –

Husband, Boyfriend, & Dating History

Buddy Murphy

She’s formerly engaged to Buddy (real name Matthew Adams), who’s also a professional wrestler.

Unfortunately, they called it off in 2018. It appeared that they parted ways in good terms, as they remained friends.

Ryan Cabrera

Alexa started to date Ryan, who’s a musician, in February 2020.

The couple got engaged in November that year. They tied the knot in April 2022 in Palm Desert, California.

Net Worth

According to multiple online sources, she’s estimated to have $2.5 million of net worth. Most of her income is earned through her career as both professional wrestler and actress.


  • Alexa got her last stage name from her early days participating in one of the popular TV shows where she pronounced the word ‘bless’ as ‘bliss’.
  • Her mother, Angela Kaufman, was totally against the idea of her turning into a professional wrestler.
  • Alexa had always wanted to become a WWE superstar.
  • She went through a chronic eating disorder when she was a teenager that she nearly died because of it.
  • Alexa was a bodybuilder before venturing into the entertainment industry.
  • She is always careful about what she eats.
  • Alexa includes weight training into her routine.
  • She once joined the Arnold Classic competition, a sports festival for strength athletes.
  • Alexa has always been a wrestling fan even as a kid.
  • She is a fan of professional wrestlers Rey Mysterio and the Hardy Boyz.
  • Alexa enjoys cosplaying as her favorite characters such as Harley Quinn and Iron Man.
  • She often participated in bodybuilding and fitness competitions attended by WWE scouts.
  • Growing up, her parents once banned her from watching wrestling shows.
  • She is obsessed with all-things Disney.
  • Bowling for Soup is one of her favorite bands.
  • She is best friends with fellow professional wrestler Ember Moon.
  • Alexa has a few white-inked tattoos all over her body.
  • Most of her tattoos are Disney-inspired pieces, floral patterns, and song lyrics.
  • Her husband, Ryan Carbrera, is an American musician.
  • She has four pet cats.
  • Alexa loves French fries.
  • She has visited every Disney Park around the world except the one in Hong Kong.
  • Alexa was the first professional wrestler to win both Raw and SmackDown Women’s championship.
  • She is good at singing.
  • Her ideal type is…

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  • WWE 2K22 (2022), as self
  • FanDuel Superstar Showdown (2022), as self
  • WWE Hell in a Cell (2021), as self
  • WWE Fastlane (2021), as self
  • WrestleMania 37 (2021), as self
  • Punky Brewster (2021), as self
  • WWE Payback (2020), as self
  • WWE: Slammy Awards (2020), as self
  • WWE 2K Battlegrounds (2020), as self
  • The Best of WWE: Best of Alexa Bliss (2020), as self
  • WrestleMania 36 (2020), as self
  • WWE at Ringside Fest (2019), as self
  • WWE Backstage (2019), as self
  • WWE Starrcade (2019), as self
  • WWE Stomping Grounds (2019), as self
  • WWE Hall of Fame 2019: Red Carpet (2019), as self
  • WWE Smackville (2019), as self
  • WWE Playback (2019), as self
  • WWE The Shield’s Final Chapter (2019), as self
  • WWE SmackDown’s Greatest Hits (2019), as self
  • WWE: Clash of Champions (2019), as self
  • WWE WrestleMania 35 (2019), as self
  • WWE Evolution (2018), as self
  • WWE 2K19 (2018), as self
  • Then, Now, Forever: Evolution of WWE’s Women’s Division (2018), as self
  • WrestleMania 34 (2018), as self
  • WWE Hell in a Cell (2018), as self
  • WWE Money in the Bank (2018), as self
  • WWE 2K18 (2017), as self
  • Royal Rumble (2017), as self
  • WWE Extreme Rules (2017), as self
  • WWE Hall of Fame (2017), as self
  • WWE Elimination Chamber (2017), as self
  • WWE at Ringside Fest (2017), as self
  • WWE Great Balls of Fire (2017), as self
  • WrestleMania 33 (2017), as self
  • WWE 2K17 (2016), as self
  • WWE Main Event (2016), as self
  • WWE: No Mercy (2016), as self
  • WWE Summerslam (2016), as self
  • WWE Backlash (2016), as self
  • WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs (2016), as self
  • WWE Survivor Series (2016), as self
  • NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn (2015), as self
  • NXT Takeover: Respect (2015), as self
  • NXT Takeover: Unstoppable (2015), as self
  • NXT Takeover: R Evolution (2014), as self
  • WrestleMania XXX (2014), as Woman in Triple H’s Entrance

TV Series

  • WWE Chronicle (WWE Network | 2020), as self
  • WWE 365 (WWE Network | 2019), as self
  • Ride Along (YouTube | 2017), as self
  • Total Divas (E! | 2017), as self
  • WWE Day Of (WWE Network | 2017), as self
  • WWE 24 (WWE Network | 2015), as self
  • Breaking Ground (2015), as self

TV Shows

  • Entertainment Tonight (CBS | 2021), as a guest
  • Miz & Mrs. (USA Network | 2021), as a guest
  • Uncool with Alexa Bliss (YouTube | 2020), as the writer
  • WWE’s the Bump (WWE Network | 2020), as a regular member
  • The R-Truth Game Show (Peacock | 2020), as a guest
  • Fight Like a Girl (The Roku Channel | 2020), as a guest
  • What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie? (Channel 7 | 2020), as a guest
  • A Little Late with Lilly Singh (NBC | 2020), as a guest
  • Steve (NBC | 2018), as a guest
  • WWE: Story Time (WWE Network | 2018), as a regular member
  • Table for 3 (Peacock | 2018), as a guest
  • The Edge and Christian Show That Totally Reeks of Awesomeness (WWE Network | 2018), as a guest
  • Carpool Karaoke (Apple TV+ | 2018), as a guest
  • WWE Mixed Match Challenge (WWE Network | 2018), as a regular member
  • The Blake & Sal Show (YouTube | 2018), as a guest
  • Celebrity Page (Reelz | 2018), as a guest
  • Walk the Prank (Disney Channel | 2017), as a regular member
  • WWE: Mae Young Classic Women Tournament (WWE Network | 2017), as a regular member
  • Talk Is Jericho (Apple Podcasts | 2017), as a guest
  • Raw Talk (WWE Network | 2017), as a regular member
  • SportsCenter (ESPN | 2017), as a guest
  • Talking Smack (WWE Network | 2016), as a regular member
  • WWE SmackDown! (WWE Network | 2016), as a regular member
  • WWE Monday Night RAW (WWE Network | 2014), as a regular member
  • WWE NXT (WWE Network | 2013), as a regular member

Music Video Appearances

  • Alexa Bliss (2022) – Bowling for Soup


“I like to be sparkly! It makes me happy. I love to stand out and embrace my uniqueness, and I am very lucky I get to incorporate that into my gear. I hope the sparkle and glitter that I spread makes other people happy, too.”

“I noticed the more muscle I put on, the more cushion and padding I had, the better my performances were getting. I decided I could be this little, stick-thin thing out there and be hurt all the time, or I could show my athleticism, and if it comes with a little bit of weight on the side, it is what it is.”

“I think every woman on the roster wants to be at the main event for Wrestlemania. And if we ever get the opportunity to, it should be a match where every woman is involved.”

“I try to make the most of every opportunity. If you don’t, especially in WWE, those opportunities won’t come around again.”

“I hope that I can be a role model and positive influence to anyone else who is struggling with insecurities within themselves.”

“Obviously, wrestling is a lot of fun, and I love it. But on the mic is where I have the most fun.”

“I had watched wrestling grow up. I found it amazing. I loved watching wrestling.”

“I told my mom: I said, ‘Mom, I’m going to try out for WWE.’ Her response was, ‘The heck you are!’ She was like, ‘You are not doing that!’ So I had to try out without her knowing, but now she’s, like, the biggest supporter and so proud of me.”

“I’ve always liked watching wrestling, but once you are on the other end of it, you develop a certain passion for it and respect for it, and I would like to accomplish everything I want to before calling it quits.”

“I feel like – I know I talk about it all of the time. Body issues, online bullying, it is a thing. People go through it.”

“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.”

“I didn’t feel that I was ready to leave NXT. When I was called up to SmackDown, I was very nervous. I hadn’t done many of the things at NXT that I thought I was supposed to. I didn’t have a TakeOver match. I never held the title. I only had a few matches on NXT TV and to be called up and told, ‘Well, here you go!'”

“When I debuted at NXT, I was naive, and look where it got me. I was overlooked and underestimated.”

“If someone does something that makes me mad, well, chances are it’ll probably make other people mad if I do it, too. I like to think, ‘What’s the meanest thing, the rudest thing I can say right now?’ Or how can I completely discredit someone? That’s just my mentality.”

“The one thing that was nice about being an only child is that my friends’ parents would always ask me whether I would want any other brothers and sisters? My mom wasn’t able to have any more children, and they didn’t know that, but I would always say that I can have friends over, and whenever I get sick of them, I can just send them home.”

“I probably know everything there is to know about Disney.”

Alexa Bliss has shown a lot of commitment and determination throughout her professional career. It is beautiful and inspiring, and definitely something worth looking up.