Hey y'all, it's Bianca Belair here! Today I want to talk about something near and dear to my heart - empowering women through sports entertainment. As a WWE superstar, I have had the privilege of showcasing my strength, athleticism, and confidence in front of millions of fans around the world. But more than just putting on a show, I see myself as a role model for young girls everywhere.

Growing up, I didn't always see women who looked like me represented in mainstream media. It was rare to see someone who embraced their natural hair or celebrated their unique talents and abilities. That's why when I step into that ring, I make sure to let my authenticity shine through. Whether it's rocking my signature braid whip or dominating my opponents with grace and style, I want young girls watching at home to know that anything is possible.

Sports entertainment has traditionally been dominated by men, but times are changing. Women like Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, and Becky Lynch are shattering glass ceilings and proving that we belong in the spotlight just as much as our male counterparts do. But there is still work to be done.

I believe that representation matters. When young girls see strong women succeeding in male-dominated fields like wrestling, it sends a powerful message - you can be whoever you want to be regardless of your gender. That's why every time I step into that ring,

I give it everything

I've got not only for myself but for every little girl out there who dreams of making her mark on the world.

It hasn't always been easy though. The road to becoming a WWE superstar

has been filled with challenges

and obstacles.

There were times when people doubted me because of how


my background was from traditional wrestlers.

But instead

of letting those doubts hold me back,

I used them

as fuel

to propel me forward.

And now,


I am,


my dream

and inspiring others along the way.

My journey

is far from over,


one thing is certain:

empowering women

through sports entertainment will always be

my mission.

So whether you're tuning


from home or cheering

for us live

at an event,

remember this:

Women are strong.

Women are capable.

And together,

we can achieve anything.

Thank you for following along on this wild ride with me!

  • Bianca Belair