Bianca Belair has worked as a singles wrestler throughout her WWE career, enjoying considerable success as a former “SmackDown” Women’s Champion and the current “Raw” Women’s Champion. Lately, WWE’s EST Damage has been working with Alexa Bliss and Asuka in a feud against CTRL, but it doesn’t seem to be a long-term faction. Belair recently spoke inside the ropes Possibly about to form a faction, but neither Bliss nor Asuka were their first choices when forming a dream group for themselves. Instead, he opted to go with two wrestlers who bring a little more physical strength to the table.
“If I can keep a stable with the women’s division that we have right now. It’s tough because we have so many amazing women, but I think I’ll have the strong-est stable, me, Rhea Ripley and Raquel [Rodriguez],” she said. “Who can take it down?”
Belair enjoyed a memorable moment with Ripley and Rodriguez in 2021, when all three women stood together in an “NXT” ring after WrestleMania 37, with the titles held above their heads. Belair was holding the “SmackDown” Women’s Championship at the time, winning it in a critically acclaimed main event WrestleMania match against Sasha Banks, while Ripley was the “Raw” women’s champion and Rodriguez captured the “NXT” women’s title. Had taken.
Women’s factions haven’t been used much in WWE over the years, but with Damage CTRL and Toxic Attraction becoming a major part of the main roster and The Division on “NXT”, the concept could be demonstrated to go further. Is. For the time being, Belair focuses on her solo career as she continues her fight with Bayley, who is pushing for a title shot and pinning Belair in almost a year at WWE Clash at Castle. Became the first person