Bianca Belair outlasted everyone else in the 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble match. This huge achievement was celebrated in the ring, and congratulations didn’t stop when she hit the curtain.

Belair said that beating Bayley on SmackDown was one thing, but winning the Royal Rumble match was something totally different. She made history as the first African American woman to win the Royal Rumble, joining The Rock as the second African American wrestler to win the match in general.

According to Fightful Select, Bianca Belair received a standing ovation upon returning backstage after her win at the Royal Rumble. The EST of WWE said that she experienced a feeling that she cannot describe.

Belair is taking things one step at a time. She’s living in the moment, and now she has WrestleMania to prepare for. After all, you can’t spell WrestleMania without “EST.”

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