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Bianca Belair Issues Survivor Series: WarGames Challenge 

The first WarGames match for WWE’s upcoming Survivor Series: WarGames premium live event has been announced. Bianca Belair challenged Bayley and the rest of Damage CTRL to a WarGames match on the November 7 episode of Raw, and the task was accepted. The five-on-five fight will feature Belair, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, as well as two other women that have yet to be revealed.

Bayley, on the other hand, will be merged by her Damage CTRL teammates IYO SKY & Dakota Kai, in addition to Nikki Cross and an undisclosed woman. In the match, Belair and Bayley will renew their long-running rivalry, with Bayley coming up just short against Belair for the Raw Women’s Championship in a Last Woman Standing match at the Crown Jewel PLE. Bayley also failed to win the Extreme Rules PLE championship in a ladder match in October.

Asuka and Bliss Conflict

The conflict among Asuka and Bliss, as well as SKY and Kai, will also be present in the match. The WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship has now been traded twice between the two teams. Bliss and Asuka won the titles on Raw on October 31, only for Damage CTRL to reclaim them at Crown Jewel. The game is the first WarGames match for the main roster.

Cross, Bayley, Asuka, and Bliss will be playing in their first WarGames match. Belair, Kai, and SKY have all earlier competed in NXT Takeover: WarGames WarGames matches. Since the first women’s WarGames match at NXT Takeover: WarGames in 2019, Kai and SKY have competed in every women’s WarGames match in WWE.

Triple H Praised Bianca Belair

At the SummerSlam Tryouts, Triple H praised the current Raw Women’s Champion, Bianca Belair, in front of the massive pay-per-view event tomorrow night in Nashville, Tennessee. By the end of the day, The Game informed the candidates that WWE was looking for the next Bianca Belair. Just walking in today means a lot to me.

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When asked what she thought of Triple H’s comments, Belair said, It brings back so many memories for me. My first trial run was also in front of fans at the Arnold Classic, so I understand how they feel. All I have to say is that there are some future WrestleMania main eventers here, and it means a lot to me that I got to see them for the first time. All of the prospects at the tryout were former college athletes from a variety of sports, and the tryouts lasted a few days as WWE keeps developing their NIL programme.

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