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“Nobody is supposed to follow it” – Bianca Belair Feels Her Match Should’ve Main Evented WrestleMania 38 Saturday Over Stone Cold’s Return

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• “Nobody is supposed to follow it” – Bianca Belair Feels Her Match Should’ve Main Evented WrestleMania 38 Saturday Over Stone Cold’s Return

On WrestleMania 38 Saturday, Bianca Belair defeated Becky Lynch to win the RAW Women’s Championship.

On the same night, in the main event, WWE Hall Of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin came out of retirement for his 1st match in 19 years.

Austin went on to defeat Kevin Owens in a No Holds Barred match.

During an interview with Ring the Belle, Bianca said that she feels her match with Becky should’ve main evented Night 1 of WrestleMania 38:

“Well, for me, we are the only two women that have won the main event of WrestleMania, so automatically, you know, for us, that was a huge match. But what I’ll say is every match on the card was deserving to be on WrestleMania.

But I’ll say it was hard to follow that and so when you put on a match where it’s hard for anybody to follow, that means nobody is supposed to follow it.”

Also Read: “It’s all downhill from here” – Kevin Owens After Facing Stone Cold Steve Austin At WrestleMania 38

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 11, 2019) – Old School WCW Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 2019, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran Silver King (Real name: César Cuauhtémoc González Barrón) at the age of 51 due to a heart attack in the ring.

If you were watching Ted Turner’s WCW TV during the famous Monday Night Wars, you will most likely remember him as one of the luchadores that were part of the Cruiserweight Division.

Silver King lasted from 1997 till 2000, before he returned to his home country Mexico.

He died from a heart attack while working a match in the UK in 2019 and was later posthumously inducted into the AAA Hall of Fame.

† REST IN PEACE SILVER KING

January 9, 1968 – May 11, 2019

        
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