Bianca Belair Named Finisher After J. Cole Song, Says She Can't Do A Top Rope Move Without A Flip

Bianca Belair has put many foes away with the KOD (Kiss of Death), including Sasha Banks at WrestleMania 37.

The KOD is a torture rack into a facebuster and the name comes from rapper J. Cole.

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"It came from a J. Cole song, I'm a huge J. Cole fan," Belair said on Out of Character with Ryan Satin. "It's one of his songs. It also came from because I wear kiss prints on my gear and that's my signature thing. When I thought about my finishing move, I was trying to think of phrases that had to do with kiss. 'Oh, Kiss of Death, KOD, perfect for the finish.' That's really where it came from and J. Cole solidified it."

In the world of J. Cole, KOD stands for Kids on Drugs, King Overdosed and Kill Our Demons.

When asked who the most difficult opponent is to hit the finish on, Belair replied, "The hardest person to get my hands on to get it, I hit my finish on Raquel (Gonzalez) one time at a live event and that girl is strong. It was two strong people trying to work against each other. Also, I would say Shayna (Baszler). In NXT, it was so hard to get my hands on her and try to hit my finish and get that win. I never got the 1, 2, 3 on it."

While Belair couldn't get by Baszler in NXT, she has picked up a victory over her on the main roster.

Finally, Belair was asked about taking someone else's finisher if she could no longer use the KOD.

"I gotta steal Montez Ford's frog splash. He has the best frog splash in the business. The reason I want to steal it is because I can't do it, which is crazy. I can do a 450 off the top rope, but I can't just jump in the air and not do a flip. I have to do a flip. He gets so high that I would go up and be like, 'Ahhh.' His frog splash is so high and he comes down so hard on people that he flips. Nobody is kicking out of that," she said.

Belair is set to face Sasha Banks at WWE SummerSlam in a WrestleMania rematch.

Elsewhere during the interview, Belair had high praise for Becky Lynch. You can find her full comments by clicking here.

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