Bianca Belair

Bianca Belair Reveals A Major WWE Goal She Still Has 

Bianca Belair, the Raw Women’s Champion, has established herself as a top star on the WWE roster. The WWE Universe knows what time it is when her theme music plays. While Belair is currently at the forefront of WWE TV, she still has some goals to complete, one of which is quite large. Belair stated in an interview, One of my top goals is to eventually defeat and pin all Four Horsewomen. He has accomplished three of the four.

I’m looking forward to going up against Bayley again to prove that she is one of the Horsewomen I had pinned. Then, finally, I’ll go after Charlotte Flair, and having her as the last person to try to overcome is a big task for me, because she was one of the first women I looked up to when I first started in WWE. Many people, I believe, forget that she is a homegrown talent.

Ric Flair is her father, but she is a homegrown talent. As a result, I always recognized myself in her. If she’s the last one I have to conquer, I’ll truly be at the top of the mountain. Belair’s immediate focus will be on Bayley, who pinned Belair to end a six-woman tag team match at Clash at the Castle, pinning Belair for the first time in nearly a year. Flair hasn’t appeared on WWE television as of losing the SmackDown Women’s Championship to Ronda Rousey at WWE WrestleMania Backlash.

Triple H Praised Bianca Belair

At the SummerSlam Tryouts, Triple H praised the current Raw Women’s Champion, Bianca Belair, in front of the massive pay-per-view event tomorrow night in Nashville, Tennessee. By the end of the day, The Game informed the candidates that WWE was looking for the next Bianca Belair. Just walking in today means a lot to me. When asked what she thought of Triple H’s comments, Belair said, It brings back so many memories for me.

My first trial run was also in front of fans at the Arnold Classic, so I understand how they feel. All I have to say is that there are some future WrestleMania main eventers here, and it means a lot to me that I got to see them for the first time. All of the prospects at the tryout were former college athletes from a variety of sports, and the tryouts lasted a few days as WWE keeps developing their NIL programme.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.