Raw: Bianca Belair has no intention of giving up



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Raw: Bianca Belair has no intention of giving up

Having finally reached the end of the scooter race between Gable and Riddle, the latter, one step away from victory, is overwhelmed by Otis, who in this way allows his partner to reach the finish line and win. Despite this, Riddle and Otis compete in a 1 vs 1, but Adam Pearce intervenes and changes the stipulation in a qualifying match for the Elimination Chamber match.

Riddle vs Otis Match dominated for long stretches by the powerful Otis, Riddle tries every now and then to take control of the match but fails. Thanks to a series of punches, kicks and even a knee to the head of Otis, the member of RK-Bro manages to put his opponent in difficulty.

Bianca Belair is undoubtedly one of the most popular stars on the roster. But when it comes to her booking, there have been some questions. After a fiery win at last year's Royal Rumble, she won the SmackDown Women's title at WrestleMania 37.

Becky Lynch halted Bianca Belair's momentum

The superstar has since been booked inconsistently, getting wins and losses equally. But such a 50-50 booking cannot work when WWE is looking to build a star. Thankfully, it seems Bianca Belair might finally be moving in the right direction.

Over this week and the last, she has beaten both of the WWE Women's Tag Team Champions - Carmella and Queen Zelina Vega in a singles competition. After an unsuccessful RKO, Riddle performs the Floating Bro, thus defeating the member of the Alpha Academy and entering the Elimination Chamber by right.

Winner: RIDDLE Curiosity: in this Elimination Chamber we will find three Mixed Martial Arts fighters. In fact, in addition to the already more famous Lashley and Lesnar, Riddle also had a career in the UFC, with a record of 8 wins, 3 losses and 2 no contests.

Just before the Fatal-5-Way match to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship last month, Doudrop fired shots at Bianca Belair backstage. Doudrop complained about Bianca getting an immense number of opportunities, even though she failed to capitalize on them.

Before that, we saw Bianca engage in a feud with Becky Lynch for the Raw Women’s Championship. However, the E.S.T. of WWE failed to defeat Becky for the title. Later on, in the Fatal-5-Way match, Doudrop came out in the middle, dragged Belair outside the ring, and prevented her from picking up the win. Since then, the two have been firing shots at each other.