“Let’s Get This Straight”- Bianca Belair Takes A Subtle Dig At WWE For Favoring Charlotte Flair

Bianca Belair has taken a subtle shot at the WWE management after they announced a match between Charlotte Flair and Asuka for the Women’s Championship three weeks later on SmackDown.

On the recent edition of WWE SmackDown, Bianca Belair confronted Adam Pearce backstage. Pearce told her that if stayed away from Asuka just for last night, she would soon receive a rematch for the WWE Women’s Championship. Belair agreed and remained backstage.

Much to everyone’s surprise, Charlotte Flair made her return and demanded a match for the Women’s Championship. Asuka accepted the challenge, and now, the two female Superstars will lock horns on June 30 episode of SmackDown. Reacting to the turn of events, Belair wrote on Twitter:


“Been processing what went down last night. So let me get this straight. I did exactly what was asked of me. I agreed to let Asuka have her moment as long as I got my REMATCH JUST for Charlotte to come out, demand and get handed a REMATCH?  Am I trippin or am I trippin?”

Bianca Belair thinks Charlotte Flair wants a shot at WWE RAW Women’s Championship

In a video tweet posted by Bianca Belair later on her profile, the EST of WWE pointed out how Charlotte Flair repeatedly said that she wants a shot at the RAW Women’s Championship, which was lying on the table. In case you didn’t know, RAW Women’s Championship has now been retired and replaced by WWE Women’s Championship.

Belair mentioned that Charlotte Flair wants a rematch for a different title. Hence, Adam Pearce does not have to make any other tough decisions. Although Belair thinks Charlotte wants another belt, the reality is that The Queen of All Eras will be challenging for the new Women’s Championship on June 30 in London. It will be exciting to see who wins the match.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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