Royal Rumble winner Bianca Belair explains how ‘women empowerment’ has helped her rise in WWE – ‘everyone wants to see each other succeed!’

Bianca Belair has credited ‘women empowerment’ to her rise in WWE.
The EST of WWE won the 30-woman Royal Rumble match last weekend and will challenge Raw’s Asuka or SmackDown’s Sasha Banks for a title at WrestleMania 37.
Belair outlasted 29 competitors to punch her ticket to WrestleManiaWWE
It has been a whirlwind journey for Belair, who only made her main roster debut last April.
Asked which female talent has helped her the most during her WWE run, Belair told talkSPORT: “That’s a very hard question. Especially being on SmackDown, the locker room is so amazing.
“They are so welcoming, they’re so helpful. Everyone wants to see each other succeed.
“There’s a lot of women empowerment that goes on, just building each other up and wanting the best for everyone.
“Being able to clap for someone when it isn’t your turn… I feel like that is the mood backstage all the time.”
Belair has been in an entertaining feud with Bayley on SmackDownWWE
Belair entered the Royal Rumble match at No.3 and lasted a record-setting 56 minutes and 52 seconds to claim her spot on the WrestleMania 37 card.
The 31-year-old had been building momentum before her historic Rumble triumph with a pinfall victory over former SmackDown Women’s champion Bayley.
Belair added: “It’s very, very hard to just pick one woman [who has helped me in WWE] . I feel like they’ve all just been super welcoming.
“I will say… it’s hard to pick one person! The environment, especially on SmackDown, we all just want to help each other.
“There is just so much women empowerment. I feel like we all equally play our roles in different ways to help each other.
“So I just have to say the locker room as a whole is just amazing.”

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