Last night at WWE Hell in a Cell Bianca Belair successfully retained her Raw women’s championship in a triple-threat against Asuka and Becky Lynch, and keeps her title reign that started at WrestleMania 38 alive.
In a new interview with Sports Illustrated the EST spoke in-depth about last night’s showdown, which has received critical acclaim and had the fans in Allstate Arena rumbling with excitement. Belair admits that this match was special for her.
“I’ve had a lot of matches I’ve been so proud of in my short career, and this one is right up there as one of the top. Asuka is amazing and Becky Lynch is one of the greatest, so I’m the happiest to be leaving Hell in a Cell as champion.”
Later on the champ would discuss the greatness of her opponents, Asuka and Lynch. She adds that both women forced her to be at the top of her game.
“Stepping into the ring with Asuka and Becky, I knew I’d have to match their greatness. I don’t have the same wrestling background that they do. I didn’t come from the indies. Asuka trained in Japan her whole life, Becky Lynch has had an extensive career, even before WWE. I always feel like I have to prove myself, and I’m always giving 110 percent, whether that’s with my wrestling gear, my hair, or my wrestling. I want people to feel something when I’m in the ring. I went in there to prove myself and tear down the house in front of a sold-out crowd in Chicago.”
Belair believes the dynamic of the WWE women’s division is incredibly unique these days. She hopes that her reign as champion can really showcase of strong the division has become before naming potential future contenders.
“We had a great dynamic at Hell in a Cell. That’s what I want to show from the whole division. We’re all so unique and different, and that’s what makes us special when we step in the ring with each other. But you can’t be great without the help of others. I worked with Becky Lynch, and she pushed me to the point where I walked out of WrestleMania as a better version of myself. There is still more down the road between Asuka and me, and there is definitely more between Becky and me. We have a whole roster full of talented women who want this title, whether that’s Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Carmella, Dana Brooke, Tamina, Nikki, Doudrop. And I know that I have to keep my eye out for Bayley. I love to do this, and I can’t wait to see what’s next.”
Belair has yet to have an official singles-feud with Asuka for the title. Hopefully that is something the WWE Universe will get to witness soon.
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