AEW Star Blasts “Tone Deaf” Bianca Belair Comparisons

Bianca Belair

Bianca Belair has proven herself to be at the top of her game as the EST of WWE.

Alongside Mercedes Mone (then known as Sasha Banks), she was one of the first two Black women to main event WrestleMania, winning the SmackDown Women’s Championship on night one of WrestleMania 37. Now, with her current Raw Women’s Championship reign lasting more than 347 days, she’s also the longest-reigning Black singles champion in WWE history.

Jade Cargill, meanwhile, remains undefeated and has held the AEW TBS Championship for more than 433 days, smashing records in her own company. However, Cargill’s in-ring work has been criticized as she lacks experience in the ring.

The Pro Wrestling World Facebook page recently posted a comparison of the two women, praising Belair as everything AEW seems to want Cargill to be.

“Bianca is everything we want/wanted Jade to be.

A champ that can be relied on, someone that can work, have amazing matches and can talk on the mic and give a great promo. It’s not an AEW/WWE issue. It’s a skill thing, and you either got it or you don’t, and Bianca has EVERYTHING Jade doesn’t


Bianca is everything we want/wanted Jade to be. A champ that can be relied on, someone that can work, have amazing…

Posted by The Pro Wrestling World on Sunday, March 12, 2023

Fuego Del Sol Called Comparisons Between Jade Cargill And Bianca Belair “Pitiful”

AEW star Fuego del Sol, who is currently out of action after breaking his foot, commented on the Pro Wrestling World post and took the page to task, saying comparisons between Belair and Cargill are unfair for a number of reasons, citing Belair’s experience advantage as well as her being a babyface when Cargill is a heel.

“Imagine being this tone deaf. You’re comparing 50 matches to over 400, A babyface to a heel, And worse you’re specifically pitting two incredibly athletically gifted black women against each other. I can understand debate post to drive engagement. But this is pitiful from a page that calls themselves pro wrestling world. I live in a total different world I guess. I’m a huge fan of both these women.”