She’s the strongEST, the toughEST, the roughEST, the quickEST, the greatEST, and the baddEST. Bianca
Belair truly is “The EST of WWE.” A decorated athlete since her youth, this former All-SEC and All-
American University of Tennessee track star smashed every athletic record in sight at the WWE
Performance Center. Bianca is as quick on the mic as she is in the ring, just as likely to overwhelm her
opponents with her sharp tongue as she is with her overwhelming athleticism.
In 2021, Bianca and Sasha Banks made history when they became the first Black female Superstars to
main event WrestleMania, WWE’s annual pop culture extravaganza. Flooded with emotion, Bianca
captured the SmackDown Women’s Championship in front of a sold out, cheering crowd at Raymond
James Stadium in Tampa, FL. With undeniable global support from fans, media and peers, Sasha and
Bianca went on to receive the ESPY award for Best WWE Moment at the 2021 ESPYs for their historic
With an inspirational story about never giving up, infectious personality and unparalleled athletic skills
both inside and outside the ring, Bianca’s influence and presence extends beyond the world of WWE as
a rising Black female leader and role model. She truly embodies what representation presents to the
sports entertainment community and how women athletes are finally starting to be recognized on a
larger scale that has been deserved in the space for years.