In a chat with Sports Illustrated Bianca Belair talked about the fact that people should carry more than WWE wrestlers who not only fight but are also great entertainers who also put their health at risk to entertain us.
In this regard, she also wanted to praise Cody Rhodes who during Hell In A Cell fought with a torn rib. "The fact is that when you are passionate about something, you love something, nothing gets in the way. This is what I saw.
with Cody, he loves WWE, loves business, and nothing gets in the way. As I said, when you are on this platform, there are so many people watching you, you inspire so many people, that you feel you don't want to let them down.
So, in hindsight, yes, it's a lot easier to look back and say, 'I don't know if that was a good idea.' It was hard to watch that match. But to see him overcome all this, I mean, there are no words to describe him except 'inspirational.'
Bianca Belair praises Cody Rhodes
Former WWE personality and writer Vince Russo feels Bianca Belair's outfit on RAW did not suit her babyface character. When asked if she would do the same thing Cody Rhodes did, she replied, "Oh, I'm getting busy.
I mean, at Wrestlemania Becky Lynch gave me a taste of her boot. I was like, 'Damn, "Becky hit me right in the eye. I still have a black eye. It's been almost three months. The whole time during my match, I never thought about stopping.
I was like, 'No let's move on.' That's exactly what it is. the kind of attitude you have, we just keep moving forward." In fact, the wrestler got a good kick in the eye from the Irishman while she was performing the Molly Go Round, a typical Molly Holly finisher, and by the end of the match she had a visibly swollen and dark eye, but she continued to fight like a true professional.
He also mentioned that WWE legend "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase would come out in similar attire during his heel run with the company. "Here's what I did not understand tonight. Did you see her gear? Did you see her outfit? Bro that's a heel.
Ted DiBiase wears that. A heel wears that. You're not shoving it in the face of the fans if you're a babyface. Hundred dollar bills all over your body like, 'Look at all the money I have.' You don't. That's not a babyface, bro. A babyface should never wear something like that. I don't understand some of the decisions, man. I don't get it," said Russo.