Words matter. These are the best Bianca Belair Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m very picky and very particular.
Becky Lynch, what she’s accomplished inside and outside the ring. She’s ‘The Man’ and a legend in the making.
I feel like I have a very strong character, I’m super talented and the possibilities are endless for Bianca Belair. She’s somebody who can stand on her own and have a very successful, long career but at the same time I have no problem being paired with my husband in any shape or form because it’s a part of who I am.
Fighting Bayley after winning the title at WrestleMania was perfect. I’ve been very fortunate to work with her. She has contributed to so much of my success. She’s made me better, and I’m going to carry that forward and carry that through.
Every time I step out to the ring, regardless if there’s something on the line, I always feel like I’m out there trying to prove something, you know.
One of my main goals, even when I first arrived in NXT/WWE, was to bring as many eyes to the product as possible and bring more eyes in the urban market, the hip-hop market.
We just want to use every single opportunity we can to make the best of everything and progress anything that we’re in.
Halloween is my husband’s favorite holiday. That is his absolute favorite holiday. He loves Halloween. I’m not gonna say I don’t like it, I just don’t like being scared.
I did gymnastics, I wanted to be like Dominique Dawes. But the good think about role models is that you don’t just have them when you are kid. My role models from WWE came when I was older. When I was 27, my role models from WWE became Jacqueline and Beth Phoenix.
My character is very multi-faceted, very powerful, she can get in the ring and do an array of things but I like to use my YouTube channel to show other elements of myself that I feel I many not be able to show in the ring.
I’m in love with Nicki Minaj.
I’ve played almost every sport in the book and basketball was one of the sports that I played. We were state runner-up champions and state champions in basketball in high school.
You create history within yourself. You create history within your own family. You create your own legacy. Because I create history without even trying to and that’s when the best parts of history are created.
Bayley is a locker room leader, and an amazing person inside and out. I’ve watched and learned from her, the way she handles situations and adapts so easily and quickly. She has the ability to make things look so easy.
I got a full-ride scholarship to the University of South Carolina for track.
I really get enjoyment and fulfilment out of making my own gear and being creative.
Your happiness is the most important thing and I say all the time that I just want to be happy.
I was the first woman in a Hell in a Cell match that wasn’t part of the Four Horsewomen, so there was a lot of pressure involved.
For me, I always gravitated towards Jacqueline. I thought she was amazing in the ring, she was beautiful, she was strong, she was powerful and it really empowering to watch Jacqueline.
I wanted to be an Olympian.
The inspiration that the Four Horsewomen were for me and think that I’m an inspiration for other women that are coming behind me is an amazing feeling.
The older that I’ve gotten, I now understand the power of representation.
I feel like I have a target on my back, but ain’t nobody hitting it.
If I can get in the ring with the best, it brings the best out of me.
In high school, I was probably 155 – I wanted to run fast and get a scholarship, so, it was drilled in me that if you lose weight, you’ll run faster. So, I went on a diet – I did lose weight, but then I hit a plateau where I couldn’t lose any more weight. So, I started throwing my food up, so I became bulimic.
I can never get my ideas across to people where they totally understand it completely, so I’m just like: ‘I’m going to do it myself, cause nobody can do it like me.’
I want to defend my title as much as possible and make magic with as many people as possible.
I’m the female version of my dad. He builds decks, he builds all types of chairs, my dad is really creative and really hands-on and so I really learned that from my dad.
I would love to work with Megan Thee Stallion, City Girls, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj.
I pride myself on being an athlete and I have muscles, but at the same time I am a woman and my muscles make me empowered as a woman.
I feel, in WWE, I always try to find my ‘why’ – my purpose of why I do what I do.
I like to go out there and perform my best. I like to be the best, I like to shine, I like to be in the spotlight, so I like anything that sparkles. Anything that glitters, that’s why I’m into rhinestones. Superstars wear sequins, so I wear sequins and rhinestones.
I’m able to show on YouTube what I’m passionate about, what I love to do and one of those things is sewing my gear.
I feel like anytime I can get into the ring with someone like Sasha Banks, I can learn so much.
Bianca Belair, she knows nobody can do it like her, nobody can do it better than her, and that also includes making my gear.
Sasha Banks is amazing.
I feel like I always have to prove myself every single time I step out.
I think, if we can all get along: Sasha, Naomi, and I will be a great faction. We would mesh really well, we could work really work together.
I’m not a professional sewer, so I just go to YouTube and figure it out and I experiment but that’s the fun part of it. I love watching. Seeing fabric transform into my gear is just a feeling of satisfaction.
My role models were from track-and-field – Florence Griffith Joyner, Gail Devers.
I’m someone who had a unique journey to get to WWE.
I love to sew in the hotel room. I even sew in the locker room sometimes.
Definitely my ‘why’ in WWE is the representation and being a role model for everyone out there. Anyone who looks to me as an inspiration is why I do this.
I always think about the role models I had when I was a little girl. They really made me feel how big I could dream, they made me feel I could do things that I did not think I could do before. And because of them, I went and did what I did and I am where I am now.
Well, when it comes to life, I’m all about the journey.
Survivor Series is all about teamwork.
I always try and find a purpose in what I am doing – even when it comes to wrestling… when I go into a wrestling match I’m trying to find a purpose for why I want to win. Through that, it brings happiness.
Physically, I’m strong, I’m fast, I’m tough, I’m rough.
If I want to be the best, I have to get into the ring with the best.
I’m not a morning person. But it doesn’t matter if I wake up at seven, eight, or noon, I’m still having breakfast food first thing when I wake up.
I’ve been an athlete my whole life.
I remember I started isolating myself. I stopped going to church and believing in God. People would say to me ‘Be happy,’ and I was like that’s easier said than done.
I’m a fighting champion.
Anytime I get into the ring with Rhea Ripley, I am excited.
I’ve been running track since I was five. I could name down every single Olympian that ran hurdles.
When you’re in the ring with Bayley, it’s different. You have this full confidence that things are always going to go well.
I’ve found myself very vulnerable in some of my moments, but that’s because I’m opening up to invite people to come on this journey.
In CrossFit I really I stood out because I made all my outfits.
Being at WrestleMania, you have to prepare.
Every single woman is amazing. Every time I get in the ring with any of them, they bring the best out of me, and they just keep making me better as champion.