WWE’s four equestrian women’s division has long been a cornerstone, but Bianca Belar has recently emerged as one of the brightest names in the women’s division. WWE’s EST is an unprecedented athlete. In addition to her incredible strength, Bianca has agility, look and charisma which is one of the top drops in the division.



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Since her main roster debut, Bianca Belar has enjoyed spectacular runs, winning the Women’s Royal Rumble once and the Women’s Championship twice in her career. She has also done the main event of WrestleMania. These photos from Bianca Belar’s career will show her journey to the top.

11 Track and field athlete

Bianca Bellar attended her high school in Knoxville, Tennessee. In her high school days, Belarus excelled in a variety of sports, including track and field. Belarus remained a track and field athlete during her university days and changed three different universities during that phase.

This photo is of her athlete’s track and field days. Belarus is representing Tennessee during her college days.

10 Crossfit athlete

Because of Bianca Belair’s brutal strength, she is definitely different from the rest of the women in WWE. The foundation of strength was built in her WWE earlier days when Bellair was a crossfit athlete and power lifter. Before becoming a professional wrestler, she participated in the Crossfit show professionally.

This Bianca Belair photo is from the CrossFit contest. She looks amazing here with six-pack abs.

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9 New WWE signature

After a successful career in track and field and crossfit, Bianca Belarus tried her luck in professional wrestling. After two attempts at WWE, Belair finally signed up for the company in 2016, making her WWE’s domestic talent.

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Whenever WWE signs new athletes, they also click pictures of new signers in the Performance Center. Belarus poses at the Performance Center after taking a job at WWE.

8 My Young Classic 2017

A year after officially signing for WWE, Bianca Belair made his WWE debut from an episode of NXT. However, the self-proclaimed EST as a participant in the first May Young Classic competition came into more discussion.

In her first match in the May Young Classic, Belarus defeated Sage Beckett. She lost in the second round to Carrie Sane, who later won the May Young Classic. This photo is from the May Young Classic fight in the second round against Carrie Sane of Belarus.

7 WrestleMania debut

Bianca Belair made his WrestleMania debut as an active member of the NXT roster. WWE’s EST participated in the 20-Woman Battle Royale match at WrestleMania 34 for the first time in the Showcase of Immortals.

Naomi won the match, but Belarus was dominant among the NXT women. She is featured in the backstage picture of WrestleMania 34 along with other NXT women from the Battle Royale match.

6 NXT’s first women’s war game match

Bianca Belair did not win the NXT Women’s Championship, but she was part of the first-ever Women’s War Games match at NXT TakeOver: WarGames 2019, making it a milestone in her career. Team Replay faced Team Bazler and Belarus represented the latter. In addition to Belarus, the team captain, Shaina Bazler, K Lee Ray and Io Shirai were other members of Team Bazler. Unfortunately, Team Bazler was on the losing side.

This photo is from a War Games match. EST has snapped along with her team members, Io Shirai, Kay Lee Ray and Shayna Baszler.

5 Attendance at WrestleMania 36

Street Profits defended the RAW tag team championship against Angel Garza and Austin Thierry at WrestleMania 36. While the champions retained the gold medal, they were attacked by their challengers and Zelina Vega before Bianca Belarus saved.

Having made a big impact on a big stage like WrestleMania, Belarus came out to save her husband, Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins. This picture is of WrestleMania 36, ​​after coming to the aid of The Street Profits. This was Belarus’ second appearance on the grandest stage of all.

4 Women’s Royal Rumble winner

After her main roster debut, Bianca Belair’s first major achievement was the Royal Rumble 2021. A new star was born that day when she won the Women’s Royal Rumble match due to her tireless efforts. Entering third, Belarus played more than 56 minutes and won the match, beating four women in total.

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This picture is of the Royal Rumble 2021. After winning the match, a happy Bianca Belar is pointing to the WrestleMania sign.

3 First Women’s Championship

The Royal Rumble allowed Bianca Belarus to challenge the champion of her choice, and she chose the SmackDown women’s champion, Sasha Banks. The match was heavily constructed.

As the main event of the match on the first day of WrestleMania 37, the two women gave everything in the ring, making it one of the best matches in the event. Belarus pinned Banks to win her first major title in the WWE. Belarus is celebrating here after the biggest win of its career.

2 Shocking loss in SummerSlam 2021

Bianca Belair ran brilliantly as the SmackDown Women’s Champion after her WrestleMania 37 victory but ended up at SummerSlam. Returning Becky Lynch replaces Carmella as a challenger, leading to the SmackDown Women’s Championship match between Big Time Becks and WWE’s EST.

Lynch finished Beller’s glorious title in just 26 seconds, and the squash match shocked countless fans. This photo shows the results of the infamous SummerSlam match, as Lynch celebrates after successfully pinning Bellaire.

1 To regain the glory lost in WrestleMania 38

Despite losing momentum at SummerSlam 2021, Bianca Belar did her best in the next few months. She faced Becky Lynch on the grandest stage of all this year, where the RAW Women’s Championship began.

Unlike her previous SummerSlam matches, her WrestleMania 38 match was one of the best women’s matches in WrestleMania history. Belarus has won the RAW Women’s Championship for the first time, with a picture of her celebrating the victory with the Red Women’s Award.