After taking her first Wrestlemania win last year in a match against Sasha Banks and also winning the women's SmackDown title a year later at WrestleMania 38, Bianca Belair also defeated Becky Lynch to take the title. female of Monday Night RAW, thus maintaining her streak and positive score at WrestleMania.
In the last period, the WWE EST has maintained a very high score of victories, becoming one of the most important female Superstars of the entire roster of the federation, also appearing in multiple posters and in multiple advertisements of the federation, as one of the leading faces of the company, surpassing several illustrious colleagues in the WWE registers of gold, with many names that are currently absent, such as Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair.
Currently, the girl still holds the role of female champion of Monday Night Raw, with her Smackdown counterpart Ronda Rousey, fresh from victory at Extreme Rules, after the Baddest Woman on the Planet lost her belt with the Liv Morgan's cash-in at Money in the Bank, after her match against Natalya.
Bianca Belair suffered from bulimia
In her latest interview, Raw champion Bianca Belair wanted to lend a hand to young girls who have eating disorders nowadays, telling her story on the microphones of On then Grind, saying: "I've always had an unhealthy relationship with food.
When I was in high school, I used to run. I was very muscular. The thing people always told me was that if I lost weight, I would definitely run faster. So I tried to take it to another level by trying to lose weight. I ended up running into bulimia.
School education, going to college, I even got hurt and decided, 'Okay, I don't want to lead this life anymore. I want to get rid of bulimia ' I ended up falling into a BED (binge eating disorder ed), that is, I was eating food.
You know, after that I got into the world of CrossFit and the first time I saw these muscular women I fell in love. They did crazy things with their bodies. And I finally understood that my body was that and I made it the most natural thing for me, it was a great thing for me." Bianca Belair stressed that athletes are human as well, and sometimes it is okay to prioritize the human aspect over the competition.
"Simone Biles is so inspiring on what she did, especially at such a big stage. She allowed herself to be vulnerable and put her mental health before her physical abilities and that speaks volumes, as well the team and the coaches that she had, the fact that they were able to support her and they went out there to support her and they still won the medal."