Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair is one of the most athletically gifted Superstars in WWE. Her track, field and CrossFit background allow her to execute a variety of breathtaking moves. But, she recently revealed that there is one certain move that she will never do again.
Alongside her husband, Montez Ford, Belair was a guest on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen. Toward the end of the interview, Cohen delved into some intimate questions about what happens in the ring.
During his cheeky rapid-fire questions, Cohen asked the couple if either of them has ever accidentally let “a little bit of pee mid-match.” The EST of WWE was quick to answer the host revealing it happened to her the very first time she attempted a certain wrestling move.
“Actually, that happens alot. My very first time really doing a legdrop, and I was like ok not everything is for everybody. I would never do a legdrop again.”
The host also asked several other questions about what bodily functions take place between the ropes. Cohen asked Ford if he ever got a “boner” while wrestling, what he wears under his singlet and if they ever pass gas in the ring.
Bianca Belair Will Face Asuka At WrestleMania 39
At Elimination Chamber Asuka defeated, Liv Morgan, Carmella, Natalya, Raquel Rodriguez, and Nikki Cross inside the famous structure to become the new number-one contender for the Raw Women’s Title and face Belair in Hollywood.
At the historic event, the Empress of Tomorrow set an impressive record. Asuka became the first female in WWE history to win the Royal Rumble, Money In The Bank and Elimination Chamber matches.
She adds her name to an illustrious list of stars who have completed the trio of victories, joining John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton and Edge in reaching the milestone.
The title match will be Belair’s third title defence of the year and her first at WrestleMania. Belair famously defeated Becky Lynch for the Raw Women’s Championship at last year’s spectacular event.
Despite Asuka displaying a newfound threat level, Belair holds an impressive WrestleMania advantage. The EST has won both her matches at the “Showcase of the Immortals”, while Asuka has tasted defeat every time she performed at the “Show of Shows”