It’s amazing to think that Belair didn’t get to hold the NXT Women’s Championship. Belair challenged for the NXT title thrice and was unsuccessful each time. The defeats resulted from bad timing and a stacked NXT women’s roster, rather than Belair’s ability or star power.
After Rhea Ripley ended Baszler’s title reign it seemed clear that Belair was never going to get hands on the gold. This was all but confirmed when Belair lost Ripley at NXT TakeOver: Portland.
However, NXT’s loss is RAW’s gain as she burst onto the brand by attacking Zelina Vega at WrestleMania 36. It was confirmed the following night that Belair had joined the RAW brand when she appeared with the Street Profits to face off against Vega once more.
Belair has everything she needs to not just to succeed on RAW but to excel and thrive on it also. Her charisma is through the roof, her talent unchartered and athleticism is astounding.
Belair is ready, more than ready in fact to reach that next level in her career. To put her into a feud with Becky Lynch would do just that and for Belair to take title would send her into the stratosphere.