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  Who Is Bianca Belair?

Born: Knoxville, TN

Date of birth: April 9th, 1989

Height: 5′ 7″

Bianca Blair is an American professional wrestler who is signed to WWE, where she performs on Monday Night RAW under the ring name Bianca Belair. After two official tryouts, Blair signed a contract with WWE on April 12, 2016, and was assigned to the WWE Performance Center. Blair made her first appearance during an in–ring segment at an NXT live event on June 25, and her in–ring debut in September, defeating Aliyah.

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– Back from the break and Charly Caruso is in the back with RAW Tag Team Champions The Street Profits, Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins. Ford says they didn’t come along. He asks for help in welcoming the newest RAW Superstar – The EST, Bianca Belair, who he is married to. Caruso congratulates Belair and officially welcomes her to RAW. Caruso says The Viking Raiders just sent a clear message that they want to take those titles from The Profits. The Profits have a lot of respect for The Vikings, not just Erik and Ivar, but all vikings. They do some comedy and give a thumbs up. Belair asks why and says no. Why they’re doing all this, when is the last time they beat The Vikings? Zero. She says Erik and Ivar might be cosplaying but The Profits get whooped every time they’re in the ring with them. She tells them to stop with the games and get that smoke. Belair walks off after delivering some tough love.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: April 14th 2020
 Categories: Coverage, Digitals

RAW Tag Team Titles Match: Austin Theory and Angel Garza vs. The Street Profits

Back from a break and out comes NXT Superstar Austin Theory and Angel Garza with Zelina Vega. Theory is replacing the injured WWE United States Champion Andrade. RAW Tag Team Champions The Street Profits are out next, Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins. They stop to dance on top of the announce table before hitting the ring.

Dawkins and Theory start off. Dawkins overpowers to take control early on. Ford is hyped up on the apron. Ford tags in for the double team, nailing a big dropkick. Angel runs in but gets double teamed. The Profits unload on both opponents, sending them out to the floor. Dawkins goes back to work on Theory in the ring now. Theory sends Dawkins out. Garza with a cheap superkick as Theory had the referee distracted. Garza and Theory mock their opponents now as Vega cheers them on.

Theory works over Dawkins now. Garza tags in for some double teaming and knees in the corner. Garza snatches his pants off, tosses them at Dawkins and rocks him for a 2 count. Theory comes back in and drops Dawkins for a close 2 count. More back and forth between both teams for the next few minutes, in and out of the ring. Garza with a close 2 count to Ford after a moonsault from the second rope.

Vega is furious about the count. Ford blocks the Wing Clipper and drops Garza. Dawkins tags in but they double team him. Theory slams Dawkins but Ford flies from up top and takes Theory down with a big Frogsplash. Dawkins takes advantage and covers for the pin to retain.

Winners: The Street Profits

– After the fairly quick match, The Profits stand tall with their arms raised. The music hits and we go to replays. Garza and Theory attack the champions after the ring, beating them down. Dawkins is sent out while they double team Ford in the middle of the ring. They hold Ford while Vega delivers a big kick to the face. Vega with another kick to Theory. NXT’s Bianca Belair hits the ring to defend h er husband. She unloads on Vega while the champs take Theory and Garza out to the floor. Belair works Vega over and drops her in the middle of the ring with the KOD. Belair stands tall in the middle of the ring, swinging her hair as her music hits. Ford and Dawkins return to the ring to grab their titles and celebrate with Belair. We go to a replay of Belair and Vega. The champs celebrate with Belair on their shoulders now.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: April 6th 2020
 Categories: Uncategorized

–NXT Women’s Title Match: Bianca Belair vs. Rhea Ripley

We go back to the ring and out first comes Bianca Belair. She stops and spins, showing off the “Black History In The Making” message on the back of her robe. Belair swings her hair and heads to the ring. NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley is out next. They have words as Taylor does formal ring introductions.

The bell rings and they size each other up. They test each other and break, taunting and talking some more. Ripley goes to work on Belair’s arm now, keeping her down and talking trash. Belair counters but Ripley knocks her in the mouth. Belair comes back and slams Ripley for a pop. Belair blocks a comeback in the corner as the referee counts. Belair ends up running into boots in the corner. Ripley drops her with short-arm clotheslines. Belair ducks one but Ripley dropkicks her into the corner.

Ripley stomps away in the corner. Ripley with a big chop to the chest. More back and forth but Ripley drops her again to keep control. More back and forth as they trade power moves. Belair grounds Ripley as the dueling chants continue. We see Belair’s parents at ringside. Ripley rocks Belair back into the corner and finally fights free. Ripley with a big back-drop. Belair charges but Ripley lands two clotheslines. Ripley with knees to the face and a takedown. Ripley with a big dropkick while Belair is down. Ripley powers up with Belair on her shoulders. Ripley slams Belair face-first for another close 2 count.

Ripley manhandles Belair in a submission, slapping her around. Belair finally fights free and sends Ripley into the corner face-first. Belair goes on and hits a big Spinebuster for a close 2 count. Ripley with more offense and another close 2 count. Belair ends up rocking Ripley while placing Ripley on the top. They trade huge strikes while one is on the top and the other on the mat. Belair gets the upperhand and presses Ripley high it the air, then to the mat. Fans go wild for Belair. Belair with a handspring moonsault but Ripley gets her knees up. More back and forth as Belair’s parents watch on. Ripley blocks a KOD. Belair ends up taking a big boot to the mat, but comes right back with a big Spear as they both go down now.

They trade strikes from their knees in the middle of the ring now. Fans chant “this is wrestling!” now. Ripley unloads and nails a superkick in the middle of the ring. Belair with strikes and a forearm. Ripley with another kick after blocking the hair whip. Ripley charges and Belair nails a huge back-drop, sending Ripley high in the air and then to the mat. Belair runs the ropes and leaps out, taking Ripley down on the floor. Belair gets up first but Ripley fights her off. Ripley slams Belair face-first into the steel steps. Ripley brings it back in the ring. Belair kicks Ripley away. Ripley charges but Belair sends her back to the floor through the ropes. Ripley fights in from the apron, sending Belair into the top turnbuckle. Belair cuts Ripley off and climbs up with her. Belair goes for a superplex but Ripley fights back. Ripley with a headbutt. Ripley goes for the sunset powerbomb but Belair holds on. Ripley keeps fighting and grabs the pumphandle. Ripley hits a big Riptide while Belair is on the top for the pin to retain.

Winner: Rhea Ripley

– After the match, Ripley recovers as her music hits. We go to replays. Ripley raises her title but she’s attacked from behind out of nowhere. It’s Charlotte Flair. Flair poses as the crowd goes “Wooo!” at her. Flair takes the mic and says she thought about it and she will see Ripley at WrestleMania. Fans pop as Flair drops the mic. Flair hits Natural Selection on Ripley. Fans boo and cheer as Flair raises the NXT Women’s Title in the air. Flair drops the title on Ripley and makes her exit as the mixed reaction continues. Flair exits the ring but grabs Belair and launches her into the steel steps. The boos get louder now as Flair poses.

NXT Tag Team Titles Match: The BroserWeights vs. The Undisputed Era

 Posted by: admin
 Date: February 18th 2020
 Categories: Coverage, NXT Results

After winning a No. 1 Contender’s Battle Royal, Bianca Belair has earned the right to challenge NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley at TakeOver: Portland.

The Nightmare was successful in defending her title against Toni Storm at Worlds Collide, setting the stage for this huge showdown. In Belair, Ripley faces a supremely confident Superstar who sees capturing the title as an inevitability. But Ripley has been dominant since ending the 416-day reign of Shayna Baszler. It will be a true test of will when these two Superstars clash.

Will The EST of NXT add NXT Women’s Champion to her résumé, or will Ripley continue to overpower her competition? Find out at NXT TakeOver: Portland, streaming live this Sunday at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network!

 Posted by: admin
 Date: February 16th 2020
 Categories: Uncategorized

Bianca Belair vs. Santana Garrett

We go to the ring and out first comes #1 contender Bianca Belair. Santana Garrett is out next.

The bell rings and Belair immediately runs through Garrett. Belair begins unloading with punches and stomps. Belair hits a back elbow springboard moonsault in the middle of the ring. Belair keeps control and hits a Glam Slam into the turnbuckles. Belair follows up and hits the KOD for the squash win.

Winner: Bianca Belair

– After the match, Belair stands tall as her music hits. Belair takes the mic and she’s not happy with NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley going to RAW to confront Charlotte Flair and wrestle Sarah Logan, acting like Belair doesn’t exist and like they don’t have a match at “Takeover: Portland” on Sunday. Belair issues a warning to Ripley about Sunday’s title match but the music interrupts and out comes Ripley to the ring. Ripley takes the mic and promises shes not looking past Belair, she’s looking right at her, and at Takeover on Sunday, she’s going to run right through Belair. Belair swings but Ripley dodges it. Belair continues and drops Ripley with the KOD in the middle of the ring. Belair stands over Ripley, dances and swings her hair around as her music hits. The announcers hype Belair vs. Ripley at Takeover.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: February 16th 2020
 Categories: Coverage, NXT Results

– Still to come, Ripley and Belair will meet face to face in the ring. We see a SUV pull up to the arena in the back. Charlotte Flair hops out and makes her way into the building. Back to commercial.

– Back from the break and out comes Bianca Belair. Belair takes the mic and says she will be challenging for the NXT Women’s Title next week at “Takeover: Portland” but apparently Rhea Ripley forgot about that because she went to RAW to challenge Charlotte Flair for WrestleMania 36. Belair says she doesn’t care about all of that, she doesn’t care about a Queen, because she just wants Ripley to come out here right now and… the music interrupts and out comes Charlotte Flair to a pop, making her return to NXT.

Flair jokes with Belair to open the ropes for her, but Belair isn’t impressed. Fans chant “welcome home!” as Flair shows off after the music stops. Flair says she loves a NXT “Wooo!” and she delivers another. Flair says she has a lot of respect for Belair but Belair is not her. Flair goes on about Belair making it all about herself, when the music interrupts and out comes Ripley.

Fans chant “Rhea!” as she hits the ring. All three Superstars face off. Flair puts her face in Belair’s face to back her out of the face-off. Belair is getting hyped up as Ripley takes the mic, telling Flair to spit it out if she came here for a purpose. Ripley says she’s all about dropping The Queen at WrestleMania. Belair steps in between them and tells them to hold up. She addresses Flair and says Flair is standing here but Flair doesn’t even go here. Fans chant “EST!” now. Belair says Ripley thinks she’s just going to run over her in Portland, but no. Belair says it will be her vs. Flair at WrestleMania because Ripley can’t beat the EST of NXT. Flair says this is a confrontation for champions, so Belair needs to stand over to the side and fix her braid.

Ripley tells Flair she didn’t come to RAW disrespecting her, so don’t come to NXT disrespecting us. Ripley says she and Belair are going to tear each other apart at Takeover, but they have a saying here in case Flair forgot – We Are NXT. Belair decks Flair out of nowhere. Flair comes out of the corner but gets double teamed, straight into the mat on her face. Fans chant “NXT!” as Ripley and Belair stand over Flair. Ripley and Belair have words now as Flair sells the attack on the mat. Belair talks more trash to Ripley and makes her exit. Flair rolls out of the ring and also heads to the back as Ripley holds her title in the ring.

– Still to come, our six-man main event. Back to commercial.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: February 16th 2020
 Categories: Coverage, NXT Results

30 Woman Royal Rumble Match – winner receives Championship match at Wrestlemania 36

The first competitor was Alexa Bliss.

Number two was Bianca Belair.

Bianca drilled Bliss into the buckles with several shoulderblocks. Belair mounted the ropes and drilled her with rights. Bliss smashed her in the face and nailed a big kick. Belair caught Bliss going for a head scissor takeover and tried to toss her over the top but failed.

Number Three was Molly Holly, coming out as Mighty Molly. Molly tossed Belair over the top but she landed on the apron. She drilled both with clotheslines. Holly went to the ropes and nailed a flying bodypress on Belair and Bliss, then did the superhero pose.

Number four was Nikki Cross. She and Bliss worked over Belair and Molly, who fought them off. Belair hit the KOD on Cross, smashing her down on Bliss. Cross kicked Molly down. Belair speared her. Mollyhit a neckbreaker on Bliss. Everyone was down.

Number five was Lana. Lana cut a promo all the way to the ring putting herself over.

Number six was Mercedes Martinez. She began wiping out the ring but Lana hit her from behind. Lana nailed a suplex but Martinez popped up and suplexed Lana over the top to the apron. She swept her legs but Lana held on.

Number seven was Liv Morgan. She shoulderblocked Lana off the apron.

Lana eliminated.

Martinez dumped Morgan over the top but she lands on the apron. Lana dragged her down and they fought on the floor, with officials having to pull them apart.

Number eight was Mandy Rose. She shoulderblocked Cross down. That made Cross explode with offense.

Number nine was Candice LaRae. She nailed a quebrada on Cross. Everyone battled. Bianca Belair eliminated Molly. Mandy was tossed but landed on Otis, who had rolled out from under the ring. That allowed her to be able to return to the ring. It got a big pop.

Number ten was Sonya Deville. She and Mandy teamed up to try and eliminated LaRae. They worked over Martinez and eliminated her.

Number eleven was WWE Women”s Tag Team Champion Kairi Sane. She speared Cross and Bliss.

Number 12 was Mia Yim. Belair tossed Cross and tried to toss Bliss, who grabbed onto Belair’s hair to save herself.

Mandy was tossed over the top into Otis’ arms. He saves her again. Deville was knocked off the apron into Otis and all three went down. Fire and Desire eliminated.

Number 13 was Dana Brooke. Everyone battled. LaRae was tossed byy Belair. Sonya eliminated. Yim worked over Bliss in the corner.

Number 14 was Tamina. She went face to face with Belair, who challenged her. They battled it out in the middle of the ring. Belair tossed her.

Number 15 was Dakota Kai. She nailed Brooke with a big boot to the face in the corner. Bliss tossed Yim to the floor, eliminating her.

Number 16 was Chelsea Green. She was tossed out immediately by Bliss. Thanks for coming. Brooke went after Bliss but Bliss reversed a powerbomb into a rana and sent her to the floor.

We are back to #1 and #2 the only ones left, Belair and Bliss. Bliss went for Twisted Bliss but Belair pul her knees up. Belair tried to toss her but they both went over the top and battled on the apron. Bliss grabbed her hair and there was a tug of war but Bliss was sent backwards into the ringpost and bounced to the floor.

Belair was alone in the ring, until #17, Charlotte Flair came out. They battled back and forth. Flair nailed her with several big suplexes.

Number 18 was the returning Naomi. Big pop for her. She and Flair battled until they turned their attention to Belair and hit her with kicks and a double suplex. Flair immediately turned on Naomi and worked her over in the corner,

Number 19 was Beth Phoenix. Flair looked shocked. She controlled the ring and tossed Naomi over the top. Naomi landed on the apron, battled her way out of the predicament and hit a springboard bodypress on Beth and Charlotte. Naomi and Flair battled as Belair and Phoenix fought in the corner. Phoenix drilled her with kicks and set her up on the ropes, trying to force her over the top.

Number 20 was Toni Storm. Everyone battled. Flair kicked Belair off the ropes, sending her to the floor. Great performance by Belair.

Number 21 was Kelly Kelly. She hit a Thesz Press on Naomi and rained down with punches. She nailed a head scissor takedown on Storm. She nailed a Stinkface on Storm but Flair nailed her. Phoenix tossed Flair over the top and began kicking the hell out of her, trying to knock Flair off the apron to the floor. Flair and Beth battled. Storm and Kelly battled.

Number 22 was Sarah Logan. Logan began beating on Flair. Phoenix grabbed her. Charlotte kicked Logan out of the ring with a big boot. Kelly tried to toss Flair but Flair maneuvered her over the top. Kelly slapped her so Flair rocked her off the apron. Kelly eliminated. Everyone worked over Phoenix as….

Number 23 was Natalya, Beth’s best friend. Natalya whipped out discus clotheslines on everyone, saving Beth. Beth appeared to be bleeding from the back of her head. Phoenix and Natalya nailed a double powerbomb to the center of the ring from the ropes. Storm tried to toss Naomi.

Number 24 is Xia Li. She kicked Natalya down and then did the same to Phoenix. Flair sent her into the buckles. Everyone battled.

Number 25 was Zelina Vega. She nailed a big DDT on Naomi. She nailed a leaping rana off the ropes onto Phoenix. Zelina nailed a DDT on Storm. Beth, Natalya and Li triple-teamed Flair to try and toss her, but Naomi joined the fray, breaking it up.

Number 26 was Shotzi Blackheart. She nailed a stepup enziguiri on Storm. Naomi was knocked off the apron but hit the guard rail and held on. She pulled herself up on the top of the guardrail. She pulled herself to the announcing tables and stood on those.

Number 27 was Carmella. She nailed a big spinning headscissor with a ton of rotations on Natalya. She was caught by Flair with Natural Selection. Flair was hit with the Glam Slam by Phoenix. Flair was sent through the ropes.

Number 28 was Tegan Nox. Everyone battled.

Number 29 was the returning Santina Marella. She and Beth met in the center of the ring. Natalya faced off with her as well. Santina looked around, pulled out the Cobra, hit herself and eliminated herself.

Number 30 was Shayna Baszler. Xia Li was tossed by Baszler. Tegan Nox was tossed after. Zelina Vega.was third. Naomi made a bridge to get back to the ring, Baszler tossed Storm. Naomi came off the top at Baszler, who avoided her. Naomi went for the Rear View and was caught and tossed. Baszler is tossing out people left and right.

Baszler battled Natalya and Phoenix. They hit her with the Hart Attack but Beth turned on Natalya and clotheslined her out of the ring. Beth and Baszler battled. Baszler tried to toss her over the ropes but Flair returned from the floor to toss them both, Baszler survived and faced off with Flair. Beth got involved but Baszler tossed her over the top.

Baszler and Flair are the final two. They battled and went over the top but Flair held on while Baszler crashed to the floor.

Your winner, Charlotte Flair!

 Posted by: admin
 Date: February 16th 2020
 Categories: Coverage, Digitals

What’s a dominant Queen of Spades to an undefeated EST of NXT? The answer to that will be realized when Bianca Belair challenges Shayna Baszler for the coveted NXT Women’s Championship at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix.

Since winning the NXT Women’s Title from Kairi Sane at WWE Evolution, Baszler has been hellbent on maintaining her iron grip on the crown. Meanwhile, the herculean Belair has been tearing through NXT with an incredible streak of victories, including in the grueling NXT Women’s Title No. 1 Contender’s Fatal 4-Way Match on the Dec. 26 edition of NXT that punched her ticket to TakeOver: Phoenix. Now, these two forces come face to face, while unarguably standing as the greatest threat to one another.

In a showdown between sheer strength and killer instinct, these two powerhouses prepare for their biggest fight yet. Will The Queen of Spades carry on her two-time reign of terror? Or will The EST of NXT dethrone #ShaynaTwoTime and remain un-de-fea-ted?

Don’t miss this monumental clash for the NXT Women’s Championship at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix, streaming live Saturday, Jan. 26, at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network!

 Posted by: admin
 Date: January 20th 2019
 Categories: Coverage, News

Bianca Belair makes her way to the ring and she has something to say.

Bianca says chaos tried to stop her rise but last week she send Nikki Cross packing as she continues her climb. Bianca says this is her year. She says she has 20/20 vision when it comes to that championship. Bianca says she sees Shayna and you have your title and horsewomen galloping behind you. You think you are the baddest, but the EST of NXT is walking out of Phoenix with the title because she is Un-De . . .

interrupted by NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler and she is joined by Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke.

Shayna comments on the EST of NXT and says she doesn’t see it. Everybody knows about her records at the Performance Center. She is the fastest and the strongest, but she is not the smartest. If you had half a brain, you would understand that it doesn’t matter how big and strong your arms are, she is going to tear them off at Takeover.

Bianca tells Shayna uh uh. The only things these arms will be doing is hold the title over her head at Takeover.

Shayna says you are just like everybody else. You won’t put your money where your mouth is and fight her. You are afraid. You’re afraid I am going to break your arms. You’re afraid I am going to silence the hype. You are afraid I am going to change your vocabulary from Un-De-Fea-Ted to Over-Rated.

Shayna says something to Bianca that cannot be heard by the mics. She asks Bianca if she is afraid of her friends. They are the least of your worries.

Belair slaps Shayna and then she avoids Marina and Jesssamyn as she gets to the floor.

 Posted by: admin
 Date: January 20th 2019
 Categories: Coverage, NXT Results

Watson reminds us that the two of them have wrestled twice and both matches did not finish with a proper result. Cross gets a huge pop from the fans at Full Sail.

A little shoving match to start this one. Cross with a crossbody and then, the two women reset. Cross waves her vest around like it’s her ponytail to mock Belair, but the crowd doesn’t pick up on it.

Beauty dropkick by Cross. She can’t follow it up though and, off the ropes, Cross flips around and spins on her to hit her with a hurricanrana.

Knocked to the outside, Belair can’t convert, but when Cross rolls her back in, she catches Cross on the turnbuckle. She presses her into the air and drops her flat on her stomach. Standing moonsault for a pinfall attempt.

Belair puts Cross in an abdominal stretch, putting pressure on the side and neck. Pumphandle backbreaker! 1-2- kickout.
Club to the back, and a suplex attempt that she really gutted out…Cross brings the momentum back to herself and nails Belair with a DDT! 1-2- kickout. Things have evened out here.

Right hands to Belair’s face by Cross. Another crossbody. Cross smothers Belair and then rushes her in the corner. Running bulldog. Swat Drop! 1-2- kickout again!

Cross goes for her finisher, but Belair evades it. She defends Cross on the ropes and nails her with a spear. Pinfall attempt is unsuccessful.

Cross is lying on the mat as Belair goes for a big splash! Double knees from Cross! Swinging Fisherman’s Neckbreaker! Cross goes for the cover, but Belair rolls all the way out of the ring. She’s struggling on the ramp, and Cross climbs on to Belair’s back. Belair, like her first match, drops back, squishing Cross between her back and the steel ramp.

Belair collapses on the mat and the referee begins to count. Both women barely break the referee’s count at 9, and they rest under the ropes while the fans clap for them.

The two exchange a flurry of punches! It’s a brawl now. Belair goes for a spear and spears the turnbuckle. Cross with a quick cover. 1-2- kickout! Cross pulls at her hair in frustration.

When they return to their feet, Belair nails Cross off her feet with a blazing forearm. The referee begins to count. Cross rolls to the ropes and lifts herself to her feet in the corner. Belair finally gets a spear, lunging into Cross, lifting her off her feet. She lifts Cross to the top turnbuckle.

A struggle ensues. Cross shoves Belair to the mat. She flies…misses the crossbody. Belair…torture rack, K.O.D. That’s a wrap!

Winner: Bianca Belair via pinfall in 9 minutes

 Posted by: admin
 Date: January 20th 2019
 Categories: Uncategorized