What Happened to WWE Star Alexa Bliss? Superstar Wrestler Updated Her Health Status

WWE star Alexa Bliss shared on her Instagram about being diagnosed with skin cancer. Bliss revealed that she found a spot on her face that had gotten worse. When she went in for a check-up, the doctors performed a biopsy and it was revealed as basal cell carcinoma.

Who is Alexa Bliss?

Alexa Bliss, whose real name is Alexis Kaufman, is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and performing on the Raw brand. She was born on August 9, 1991, in Columbus, Ohio.

Bliss began her career in WWE in 2013 when she signed a developmental contract with the company and was assigned to NXT (WWE’s developmental brand). She made her NXT debut in 2014 and quickly became one of the most popular women in the division,

In 2016, Bliss was drafted to the SmackDown brand as part of the WWE Draft and won the SmackDown Women’s Championship later that year. She won the Smackdown Championship 2 times. She then moved to the Raw brand in 2017 and won the Raw Women’s Championship multiple times.

Alexa Bliss's Illness

She has also been involved in high-profile storylines and matches, including a match against Ronda Rousey at the 2018 Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event.

In addition to her wrestling career, Bliss has also made appearances in television shows, including a cameo in the 2021 show “Punky Brewster” and a guest role on the television show “Total Divas.”

Alexa Bliss, a fiery and multi-talented WWE wrestler, has captivated audiences worldwide with her infectious personality and captivating performances in the ring. From her bubbly babyface persona to her sinister heel character, Bliss has proven time and time again that she is a force to be reckoned with in the world of professional wrestling.

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What has happened to Alexa Bliss?

On Tuesday, 21st March, Bliss took to her Instagram stories and shared a health update with all her fans and followers. 

Alexa shared a photo of her bandaged face and told her followers that she is now “all clear.” She showed off the left side of her face in the aforementioned tale, where a quick surgical procedure was performed to remove basal cell carcinoma and a few squamous cells.

Alexa Bliss's Illness

She also voiced gratitude to the American Skin Institute for its assistance and regret over her time spent in tanning booths, which she believes contributed to the discovery of her skin cancer.

Alexa shared further details about her diagnosis of skin cancer on Twitter and answered fans’ queries.

According to Bliss, she discovered a spot on her face that had grown worse. A sample was done when she went in for a checkup, and basal cell carcinoma was identified as the condition.

What is Basal Cell Carcinoma?

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common type of skin cancer. It usually appears as a small, shiny bump or a raised pink or red patch on the skin, and can often be mistaken for a pimple, a sore, or a non-cancerous skin growth.

BCC usually develops on areas of the skin that have been exposed to the sun, such as the face, neck, ears, scalp, and shoulders, but it can occur anywhere on the body. BCC grows slowly and is usually not life-threatening, but if left untreated, it can spread to other parts of the body and cause damage to surrounding tissues.

Risk factors for developing BCC include frequent and prolonged exposure to sunlight, a history of sunburns, fair skin, a weakened immune system, and a family history of skin cancer. The best way to prevent BCC is to protect your skin from the sun by wearing protective clothing, using sunscreen, and avoiding prolonged exposure to sunlight.

Treatment for BCC depends on the size, location, and type of the tumor. Small tumors may be removed with a simple surgical procedure, while larger or more complex tumors may require more extensive surgery, radiation therapy, or other forms of treatment. The prognosis for BCC is generally good if it is detected and treated early.