Bianca Belair: I've Left Both Raw and NXT With Something Still Left To Prove

Bianca Belair has left the door open for potential returns to Raw and NXT.

Bianca Belair moved to SmackDown in the 2020 WWE Draft. Thus far, she's undefeated on Friday nights andĀ even though she has been on all three brands in this calendar year, she never captured gold on either brand and feels that she left both Monday and Wednesday night with a path to return in the future and ordered to take care of unfinished business.

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Speaking with Bleacher Report, Bianca Belair explains why she loves that aspect of her journey in WWE.

"I always try to make the most of any opportunity that's handed to me, but the thing I love about my journey, even from NXT, is that I've been on all three brands in a very short amount of time," she said. "The thing about my journey from NXT that I love is that with every brand I've been on, I've always left still having something to do. If it came down to it and I had to go back to NXT, I still never got the NXT Women's Championship. I'll always have something to do if I go back to NXT."

She continued, "If I ever go back to Raw, I'll always have more to accomplish. I always want to have something more that I can do because that's what keeps me driven and motivated. I barely got my foot in the door at Raw, but that just means I always have something I can go back to and more things I can accomplish."

In the immediate future for Bianca, she will represent Team SmackDown at WWE Survivor Series: Best of the Best. Bianca became the first woman to qualify for that team when she defeated Natalya and Billie Kay in a triple threat match on SmackDown.

Fightful will have live coverage of the event on Sunday, November 22, 2020.

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