WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Bianca Belair Talks About SummerSlam Coming To Las Vegas, Her WrestleMania 37 Match Against Sasha Banks & Challenging The Four Horsewomen


On this episode of In The Kliq, Baby Huey interviewed WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Bianca Belair about SummerSlam 2021 coming to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, August 21st, WWE going back on the road, her WrestleMania 37 match against Sasha Banks and how she wants that match to be remembered, her appearance with Rhea Ripley and Raquel González in NXT, how did she incorporate her ponytail into her matches, working alongside her husband Montez Ford of the Street Profits, challenging all members of the Four Horsewomen and her upcoming match against Bayley at Hell In A Cell. Kliq, Download, & Mark Out!

Thank you to Tim Jarrell from Pro Wrestling Unlimited for helping edit the video. Please subscribe to his YouTube channel.

SummerSlam will be live from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, August 21st.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 18th at 10am through Ticketmaster.

SummerSlam travel packages are available. Click here for more info.

Watch Bianca Belair vs. Bayley for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at WWE’s Hell In A Cell on Sunday, June 20th starting at 8pm ET/5pm PT streaming live on Peacock in the US and the WWE Network everywhere else.

Watch WWE Friday Night SmackDown at 8pm on FOX.

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