WWE has a long list of television shows in its history, and that includes a couple stabs at reality television. Whether it is Total Divas, Tough Enough, or even Total Bellas, those shows seemed to spark interest from some fans. Now, it seems they are going to continue that tradition.

WWE isn’t the only pro wrestling company with a reality television show. After all, AEW All Access just premiered a couple of weeks ago. That being said, WWE was in the reality television game a long time before Tony Khan’s company even existed.

While speaking on The Today Show, Bianca Belair revealed that WWE cameras were following her and Montez Ford around for WrestleMania. They’ve been around since the Royal Rumble, documenting every step of their journey.

“We started, you know, we started in January on the road to WrestleMania at the Royal Rumble, and we filmed this weekend at WrestleMania. We got all the craziness and chaos and audience of 80,000 people. So, we got to see inside the ring, but also outside the ring with our family, so I’m very excited for it.”


WWE has a lot of things going on with the company right now, including a massive merger with the UFC. Obviously, the company’s multimedia empire will continue, and that includes an upcoming reality television show.

We’ll have to see how Montez Ford and Bianca Belair’s reality television show is presented when everything is said and done. It seems that they are getting the most footage possible during key moments in their lives.

What’s your take on WWE putting out another reality television show? Do you like reality television at all? Sound off in the comments!

Transcription by Ringside News

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