Bianca Belair Would Love To See Natalya Inducted In WWE Hall Of Fame While She's Still Active

Bianca Belair wants Natalya to make history and be the first woman inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame while she's still an active WWE Superstar.

Natalya has already made history in several ways in her WWE career. A multi-time WWE Champion and a Guinness World Record holder for the sheer amount of matches and victories she's had while part of WWE.

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Now, Bianca Belair tells Triblive's Justin LaBar that she hopes to see Natalya inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame while she's an active competitor.

"I can't wait for one of the women to do it, like Nattie. If you look at Nattie's resume and what she's done, and how long she's been here. I would love to see her one day be inducted to the Hall of Fame, but still be able to go in and have a match of WrestleMania, like Rey Mysterio. I just love when they can be inducted into the Hall of Fame. but they're still backstage with us," said Bianca. "She keeps going and if you look at what she's accomplished, and how she's still here, and she can still accomplish more and like she's in the Guinness Book of World Records, the amount of matches she's had, who she's the people that she's been in the ring with. I mean, I think that she's not a legend in the making, she's already a legend, and she's still going."

Paul Heyman heads this year's WWE Hall of Fame class set to be inducted in Philadelphia. Learn more here.

This year's women's inductee is Bull Nakano. Learn more here.

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