Where did you go? Callups from NXT can be a tricky thing. You never know how someone is going to do after making the jump to the next level as WWE has a tendency to not know what to do with someone. Just because something works in NXT does not mean it will be used on the main roster. That might be the case this time around, but there may be another explanation.
Every now and then you come across a wrestler who is nothing short of an athletic marvel. They can be nothing short of amazing to watch in everything they do and that can make for some entertaining moments. That is certainly the case with Bianca Belair, who was a track and field star in college before moving on to professional wrestling. She was called up to Monday Night Raw just after WrestleMania but has not been seen in over a month. So what happened?
According to Dave Meltzer on the Wrestling Observer Message Board, WWE has not had Belair working with the Street Profits because they decided to go with the comedy segments involving the Street Profits and the Viking Raiders instead. Belair was originally paired with the team just after WrestleMania but WWE felt she did not fit in with the comedy segments. It is not clear when Belair will return to television. Belair has not wrestled on Monday Night Raw since April 20.
Belair is incredibly talented. Check out what she can do in the ring:
Opinion: It never ceases to amaze me how WWE doesn’t seem to think these things through. They called up Belair to team with the Street Profits and then a few weeks later, the Profits are in an angle that has no place for her. That doesn’t even make bad sense and yet it is something that WWE does on a fairly regular basis. You would think they would have this kind of thing planned out in advance and yet they never do. I don’t get it.
Has Belair impressed you? What can she do on Monday Night Raw? Let us know in the comments below.
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