Bianca Belair is one of the most promising and exciting talents in WWE today. From her insane athleticism to her undeniable charisma, she has worked to become the most important superstar in the company. As new rosters from the WWE Draft are set to take place on Monday, she’ll now look to build her legend even further on the blue brand as she transitions from RAW to Smackdown. Belair has put together a wildly impressive body of work, and she continues to show why she’s so valuable.
First and foremost, Belair is a one-of-one. She is the first African American woman to win the Royal Rumble, the first (along with Sasha Banks) to main event WrestleMania, and the first to win a singles championship at WrestleMania. Her achievements are historic and have inspired countless fans, particularly those historically underrepresented in the wrestling industry.
Beyond her groundbreaking accomplishments, Belair is an incredibly talented athlete. She has a unique combination of strength, agility, and speed that make her stand out in the ring. In addition, Belair is also an excellent storyteller. She has a natural ability to connect with the audience and make them fully invested in her matches. Ironically enough, people have started to compare her booking (match set-up) to that of John Cena — which surely can’t be considered a bad thing.
In addition to her in-ring skills, Belair is a magnetic personality outside of the ring. She has a natural charisma and charm that make her stand out in interviews and on social media. Her positive attitude and infectious energy have made her a fan favorite and a role model for many young girls.
Belair is the future of WWE. She’s still young but has already accomplished so much in her career. There is no doubt that she’ll continue to be one of the gold standards of the women’s division, but she’s also establishing herself as one of the gold standards of being a WWE superstar, period. After her win at Backlash last night, she’ll become the longest reigning women’s champion in the modern era, passing both Becky Lynch and Asuka (both women she’s successfully defended her title against) in the process. Bianca Belair has said it plenty of times, but night in and night out, she also proves why she is the EST of WWE.