Bianca Belair: 'I Feel Like I Transitioned To Raw At A Very Weird And Crazy Time'

Bianca Belair started 2020 in a major way with a tremendous showing in the 2020 Royal Rumble Match. Currently, Bianca is the co-holder of the record for the most eliminations in the Women's Royal Rumble Match and was this year's Iron Man, lasting 33 minutes and 20 seconds in this year's match.

Following that, Bianca would make her Monday Night Raw debut on the Monday following WrestleMania 36. Despite a rivalry with Zelina Vega, her time on Monday nights did not go as most fans were expecting and now, she is a proud member of the SmackDown roster.

Speaking with Ryan Satin of FOX Sports, Belair commented on her time on Monday nights saying that she feels her move from NXT came at an awkward time and she tried to make the most of the opportunity she was given.

“I just feel like I transitioned to Raw at a very weird and crazy time,” Bianca began. “I got to debut on WrestleMania, and the Raw after Mania with my husband, and I don’t have any regrets because I got to share those moments with my husband. I feel like my journey, I’m all about the moments, and I got to share those moments with my husband. Then I kinda went into the storyline a little bit with Zelina, and I got to have a match with Zelina which I loved. Then, after that, I just feel like it was a thing of trying to figure out where I fit. With me, I’ve just learned that you focus on the things that you can control. That’s what I’ve been doing since NXT. I just focus on the things that I can control and I honestly would rather wait until there’s something for me, then to just be thrown out there. I just looked at it as, "Okay, there’s something for me," and just looked at it on the positive side of things. So I appreciate that, and it all worked out.”

She continued, “I had some vignettes on Raw and then I got switched over to SmackDown, and now it’s all about to just unfold. That’s what I’m about. Just focusing on the things that I can control and do my part and everything that was for me will be for me. Nobody can stop that and that’s what’s happening now.”

You can check out the full interview at this link.

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