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Below are a couple of top WWE news stories of the day, involving Alexa Bliss and Ricochet.

• Alexa Bliss was last seen on WWE programming at Royal Rumble 2023, where she lost to Bianca Belair in a RAW Women’s Championship match.

Word going on is that she’ll be returning to WWE later this year or early next year.

She has revealed her new look and you can check it out below:

WATCH: Nia Jax Secretly Records Alexa Bliss’ Fine Buns:

• On the June 10th episode of RAW, WWE fans witnessed a brutal assault that saw Ricochet written off television. The attack by Bron Breakker effectively sidelined the former Intercontinental Champion, with WWE announcing that he would be out of action for “an undisclosed amount of time”. This storyline exit aligns with reports that Ricochet plans to leave WWE when his contract expires in the coming weeks.

According to a new report from Fightful Select, while PWInsider noted that Ricochet could make one more appearance on TV so WWE can capitalize on the attention that he’s been getting, there are currently no plans for him to appear again and he’s officially done. This fuels speculation about his next career move, with many believing he could be AEW-bound.

In a recent episode of his podcast, legendary announcer Jim Ross speculated that Ricochet might land in AEW. Ross praised Ricochet’s talent, suggesting that he could make a significant impact in AEW if presented and utilized correctly.

Tony Khan, AEW’s President, was asked about the possibility of signing Ricochet but declined to comment, respecting that Ricochet remains under contract with WWE. Despite this, AEW World Champion Swerve Strickland has already issued a warning to Ricochet, promising a tough time if he joins the AEW roster.

Meanwhile, Samantha Irvin, Ricochet’s partner, will be staying with WWE. She has traveled to Scotland for the upcoming Clash at the Castle premium live event, but there is no information on the length of her current contract.

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