The former WWE SmackDown Women’s champion Bianca Belair who is also the winner of the Women’s Royal Rumble match of 2021 recently talked about her triple threat match for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship. She also talked about gaining confidence from the former six times WWE Women’s Champion Sasha Banks.
Bianca Belair won the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 37 after she defeated the previous champion Sasha Banks. She earned this opportunity by winning the Women’s Royal Rumble match. She had been a very dominant champion as she overcame all the obstacles she was given in front of her away as the champion.
Bianca Belair Speaks On Her Triple Threat Match From Crown Jewel
But at SummerSlam she finally dropped the title to the returning Becky Lynch and she lost the match in a humiliating 26 seconds. After losing the match she got her first opportunity to grab the Smackdown Women’s title once again at the Crown Jewel pay per view event. But it was the triple threat match which also included Sasha Banks.
She lost this opportunity, however, it was an amazing match. It was one of the best matches of the night. After both Bianca and Becky moved to Monday Night RAW, Bianca got her last opportunity to grab the Championship. Recently on Monday Night RAW, Bianca faced Becky for the Championship and once again she lost the match. It now seems to be her last opportunity to grab the Championship and now she has moved on to fight in a non title feud against Doudrop.
Bianca Belair who is also the winner of the Women’s Royal Rumble match of 2021 recently spoke to Sports Illustrated where she talked about her triple threat match for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship. She also talked about gaining confidence from the former six times WWE Women’s Champion Sasha Banks. She said;
“That moment was to represent women. We’re just as great as the men. I wanted little girls in Saudi Arabia to see that, and I wanted boys all over the world to see women from that perspective.
“I wasn’t sure I could do it. But there was this voice encouraging me, saying, ‘You have to do this. You need to do this.’ That was Sasha Banks. She said I wasn’t doing the press unless I did the one-hand press. That’s when I stopped doubting myself and went out there and did it.
“That moment was bigger than me or Sasha or Becky. It was all about sending a message that women are out there, powerful and strong, sometimes even more so than the men.”