Alexa Bliss expects Nia Jax, her best friend and on-screen partner in crime, will be back in a WWE ring. Sports Illustrated reported this week that Jax requested a leave of absence because of unhappiness with her booking and pay – one WWE granted. Pro Wrestling Sheet said she was given the time off for...
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