Due to injury, Alexa Bliss won’t be able to help Team RAW inside the ring at WWE Survivor Series 2018. However, as team captain, Bliss has the chance to put together a strong squad capable of taking down Team SmackDown.
Alexa Bliss looked pretty darn comfortable in the ring next to Acting General Manager Baron Corbin. She carried herself like a future manager, and it’s no wonder she was named #LittleMissCaptain for the RAW Women’s WWE Survivor Series 2018 team.
As the woman in charge, Bliss will have a tough decision picking from a stacked roster that includes six former WWE champions and multiple future stars.
Nia Jax and Tamina are coming off a week where they worked together to dismantle Ember Moon, and should be considered two of the stronger options available.
The Riott Squad, Bayley, Sasha Banks and Natalya competed in six-women tag action in an attempt to show their captain what they are capable of. If we know anything about Bliss, we know she had to be impressed with Ruby Riott’s actions, which included breaking the late Jim Neidhart’s sunglasses.
Dana Brooke is a dark horse who has drastically improved in the ring over the past year and could be looking for an opportunity to shine on a bigger stage.
Bliss also has two of her closest friends on the roster in Mickie James and Alicia Fox, who could provide veteran leadership to the team. Fox is an especially intriguing choice because she captained Team RAW in 2017.
With 12 women to choose from, let’s try and narrow it down to the five superstars Alexa Bliss will choose to represent her team at Survivor Series.
Alexa Bliss’ first choice should be someone who is no stranger to leading a faction into battle. Ruby Riott has been putting on incredible matches week in and week out as a member of the roster since her call-up. As the leader of the Riott Squad, Ruby Riott has continuously been at the center of the women’s division along with Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan.
Putting her confidence in Riott would be a smart move by Bliss because she’ll have someone who is a proven leader. Plus, Riott can double as the work horse of the team who won’t be afraid to do whatever is necessary against her opponents.
It will be a tough decision to leave Morgan and Logan off the team, but having them on the sidelines might prove to be more effective. It’s no secret that Morgan and Logan are always a threat, even if they’re not scheduled to compete. The two are always in Riott’s corner and are capable of causing chaos from the outside. That would seem to be no different at Survivor Series and could end up being the difference against Team SmackDown.