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Saved By Ponytail: Belair Win Smackdown Women Championship

Even during her time in NXT many attempted to take advantage of her ponytail but she could hardly use it the way she did on Banks

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Tafadzwa Mwanengureni
Tafadzwa Mwanengureni
I am a student journalist at Harare Polytechnic majoring in print journalism

UNITED STATES: 2021 Women Royal Rumble Winner, Bianca Belair has won SmackDown Women Championship against her former partner Sasha Banks (The Boss) at Wrestlemania37 Night 1 on Saturday.

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The early minutes of the match saw Belair shed tears while facing her opponent Banks who had her emotions on the check.

Throughout the match, Banks tried to take advantage of Belair’s ponytail to punish her by pulling and try to tie it with steel bars.

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In the final attempt, Belair lost her temper and emotionally whipped Banks with the ponytail after she failed to grab the braid.

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The smack led to Belair’s winning and left a visible weal on Bank’s midsection.

Even during her time in NXT many attempted to take advantage of her ponytail but she could hardly use it the way she did on Banks. Belair debuted to WWE this year from NXT and Wrestlemania37 championship marked her first success in the main roaster.

About Banks and Belair

Recently, Belair and Banks have been a tag team against Nia Jax and Shanya Bazler.

Wrestlemania37 Night 1 also saw the victory of Braun Strowman against Shane McMahon, Bad Bunny and Damian Priest against The Miz and Morrison and Bob Lashley (The Mighty) retain his championship against Drew McIntyre.

Night 2 witnessed the victory of Roman Reigns against Edge and Daniel Bryan in a triple threat match, Randy Orton defeated The Fiend and Sheamus defeated Riddle among other matches.

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