As we have amply had the opportunity to see both before and after the main event of the first evening of WrestleMania 37, both Sasha Banks and her challenger Bianca Belair, were visibly moved during their dispute, which closed the first card dedicated to the Showcase of the Immortals, in a historic main event for two reasons.
The first is that there was never a single female match to close the show of the shows and the second is because these women were both black. The absolutely visible emotion of the two, especially as regards Bianca Belair, however, would not have convinced everyone, with the father of the leader of the Chain Gang, or John Cena Sr, who wanted to have his say in no uncertain terms, giving the "fake" to the images we saw just before the main event, which presented a Bianca literally in tears with emotion.
John Cena Sr. on Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks' emotions
Recently interviewed by the microphones of Boston Wrestling MWF's Dan Mirade, the father of the WWE multiple world champion (John Cena Sr.) wanted to have his say on the first historic main event with two women of WrestleMania, saying: "I'll go straight to who I think has all the blame in this case: the W-R-I-T-E-R-S.
Who wrote that session for those young women where they had to start crying? Someone must have written it. No, I don't think that crying was true. Yes yes yes yes yes. Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair were instructed to cry on command."
Apparently, according to the father of one of WWE's most prominent fighters of the past 20-30 years, the federation would have instructed the two girls to cry as soon as the match began, with a segment likely to go down in history soon as one of the Wrestlemania.
most important female moments ever, which according to John Cena Sr was just a gimmick of the same federation and therefore an artefact that the WWE wanted to give to its fans in a false way. Although Bianca Belair’s victory over Sasha Banks received widespread praise, John Cena Sr.
thought the match “lacked a lot of luster”. He said he has always been a big supporter of women’s wrestling, but he had doubts about the execution of the Banks vs. Belair match. “I thought there were a few highlights in that match, but I will say this to you.
As a guy, and you know I’m an advocate of women’s professional wrestling, I backed them before they even started this [Women’s Evolution]. I think it lacked a lot of luster and I don’t think the opening [crying] helped put any more polish on the show”.