WWE Superstars know the risk of entering the squared circle. Not everyone can walk out of every match without a wound. A recent example of that is WWE Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch.

On WWE Raw: February 28th, 2022, Lynch was in the ring with Bianca Belair. She tried to stop The EST of WWE from securing the victory by pulling on her hair. However, Belair turned it around and used her long & braided hair as a whip and brutally thrashed Becky Lynch with it.


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The sound from the moment the braid collided with Lynch’s skin had everyone gasp with concern. It’s almost as though others could feel the pain Lynch was going through. The Man was left with gashes.

Five days later, the wound is healing but the scars remain. She took to social media to show her healing wounds but revealed Seth Rollins and baby Roux are rather upset over it – “The family is mad.”

It’ll be a while before it heals completely. However, this could be a learning moment for Becky Lynch to never touch Bianca Belair’ hair again!

Becky Lynch is facing Bianca Belair at WrestleMania 38

The story of Lynch vs Belair goes all the way back to SummerSlam 2021 where Lynch returned, squashed Bianca, and became champion.

They did have a rematch, but Becky Lynch won. Now, the rivalry has been reignited.

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Bianca Belair won the women’s match at Elimination Chamber and became the #1 contender for the Raw Women’s Title.


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She is going to face Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 38, and this time, she could win as well!


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When Bianca Belair became champion for the first time, everyone appreciated WWE for pushing her to the top. The fans believed the company was giving everyone their deserved chances, until SummerSlam.

When Lynch won, fans lynched WWE on social media for burying Belair’s efforts and taking away the championship. WrestleMania 38 could be the event where WWE turns it around and the creative discussion takes a direction which sees Belair on her second championship run!