Bianca Blair Crawford (born April 9, 1989, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States) is a professional wrestler from America who currently works for WWE.
Bianca Blair Crawford (born April 9, 1989, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States) is a professional wrestler from America who currently works for WWE under the ring name Bianca Belair. Belair, who is a former track and field athlete, debuted in professional wrestling in 2016 for WWE’s developmental division NXT, where she repeatedly competed for the NXT Women’s Championship. She became the second African American, behind The Rock, to win a Royal Rumble match by winning the 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble match.
Bianca competed successfully in track while attending Austin-East Magnet High School in Knoxville, Tennessee. She was a hurdles competitor in track and field, competing at three institutions. She began her college career at the University of South Carolina, transferred to Texas A&M University, took a year off from competition, and then finished at the University of Tennessee, where she earned All-SEC and All-American honours in addition to being named to the SEC’s academic honour roll in 2011 and 2012.
On April 12, 2016, Blair entered into a deal with WWE and was given a job in the Orlando, Florida-based WWE Performance Center. On June 25, during an in-ring sequence at an NXT live event, Blair made her debut as Binky Blair. On September 29, she entered the ring for the first time but fell to Aliyah. Blair made her television debut on the May 3 episode of NXT episode, going by the ring name Bianca Belair. She competed in a battle royal to decide the top challenger for the NXT Women’s Championship, however Billie Kay and Peyton Royce eliminated her.
The Street Profits were saved by Belair from Zelina Vega, Angel Garza, and Austin Theory on the Raw after WrestleMania 36. This was Belair’s main roster debut, solidifying her place on the Raw roster. She was paired with The Street Profits and turned face in the process. The alliance was quickly abandoned, though. Belair was selected by SmackDown in the 2020 Draft in October. She won a triple threat match on the SmackDown programme airing on October 30 against Billie Kay and Natalya to earn a spot on Team SmackDown at Survivor Series. At the November 22 event, Team SmackDown fell to Team Raw and Belair was eliminated through countout.
According to various sources on the internet, Bianca Belair has a net worth of $5 million. She also has an annual salary of $550,000 as she is one of the more established stars of the women’s division in the WWE.
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