Bianca Belair
Bianca Belair. Image Credits: Twitter

The current Global Ambassador of WWE Titus O’Neil who is a former WWE Tag Team Champion and also the inaugural WWE 24/7 champion recently talked about the current WWE Raw Women’s champion Bianca Belair and discussed her success in WWE.

Bianca Belair is currently one of the biggest names in the women’s division of WWE. She made her main roster debut in 2020 and she had been very successful since the very first day of joining the promotion. Her first major success was winning the Women’s Royal Rumble match of 2021.

Bianca Belair
Bianca Belair. Image Credits: Twitter

Titus O’Neil Discusses The Success Of Bianca Belair In WWE

She then went on to challenges Sasha Banks for the WWE SmackDown women’s Championship at WrestleMania 37 and she won the title. It was her first major Championship in WWE. Dropped the title to Becky Lynch at SummerSlam and it looked like this must be the end of her push in WWE. But thankfully it did not happen and WWE kept on pushing her.

At WrestleMania 38 she faced Becky Lynch for the WWE Raw women’s championship and she defeated Becky to win her second WWE Women’s Championship. She is the carrying the Championship right now quite strongly and there is no doubt in the mind that she is one of the biggest attractions of WWE right now.

Bianca Belair
Bianca Belair. Image Credits: Twitter

Titus O’Neil who is a former WWE Tag Team Champion and also the inaugural WWE 24/7 champion recently spoke to Big Gold Belt Media where he talked about the current WWE Raw Women’s champion Bianca Belair and discussed her success in WWE. He said;

“I wanna see Bianca [Belair] continue this run that she’s on. I remember almost a year-and-a-half ago, running into her in the hallway and she hadn’t been on TV for a few weeks and you know, she was on Main Event. She skyrocketed up, went to Raw, dominant and then essentially disappeared.

Bianca Belair
Bianca Belair. Image Credits: Twitter

“I remember pulling her to the side and I was like, ‘You’re a superstar in so many ways. You represent this company. You will represent this company in ways that nobody else can and you don’t need to have your head down about not being used right now because when the time is right, things are gonna turn around and it’s gonna be a crazy whirlwind for you’ and I didn’t know any creative plans for her.

“I just know how this business is very cyclical. Three months later, she’s the first African American woman to win the Royal Rumble and then goes on to WrestleMania and wins the WWE Women’s Championship and it has been on a very up and down ride since, but I would say more so up than anything. I didn’t like what happened at SummerSlam last time I was here [Las Vegas] so I’m hoping that she remembers that and I’m sure she does…”

H/T and transcribed by Post Wrestling