What are WWE's plans for Bianca Belair?



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What are WWE's plans for Bianca Belair?

Bianca Belair now seems unstoppable in WWE, with the company that gave her two wonderful years in which EST managed to become champion of both brands on the main roster several times and beat respectable opponents. Recently she managed, thanks to the support of her team formed by Becky Lynch, Mia Yim, Asuka and Alexa Bliss, to take home the victory as captain of Team Bianca Belair in the War Games Match at Survivor Series 2022.

In this match however, as a member of the opposing team, there was one person who could be his next challenger in a very important match at WrestleMania 39 and we are talking about Rhea Ripley, who theoretically still has a title shot against Bianca, won in a multi-player match in the summer, but which she was never able to redeem due to an injury.

Bianca Belair is unstoppable

During the latest edition of his Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer unbalanced himself as usual, saying that WWE is ready to give a big push to Rhea Ripley, who is currently having a great success on Judgment Day, and the whole thing could culminate on the most important wrestling stage of the year.

“There is a big push for Rhea Ripley. I think they could do Rhea Ripley vs Bianca Belair at WrestleMania next year." We remind you that the Raw champion has recently expressed herself several times in this regard, saying that it would be natural for her to challenge the Australian or even Charlotte Flair, the last of the Four Horsewomen she still has to beat: "I have always considered being in a match with Rhea Ripley at WrestleMania, a feud that could go down in history as one of the best feuds women have had.

I would love to have a WrestleMania match with Rhea. It's a dream match, at WrestleMania. But I will say that I have still my goal to take down all the Four Horsewomen. So I still have Charlotte Flair that I have to take down." In a recent interview with On The Grind, the RAW Women's Champion opened up about her health struggles.

"I used to have a very unhealthy relationship with food. When I was in high school, I ran track. I was very muscular. The one thing people would tell me would help me run faster is if you drop weight. So I just took it to a whole other level.

I ended up struggling with bulimia. Athletic scholarship, and going to college, and I got injurd, and I decided, 'okay, I don't wanna do this anymore. I wanna try to stop struggling with bulimia,'" she said.