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From the WWE Rumour Mill: Bianca Belair reportedly injured after finisher goes wrong

Gary Cassidy
7.79K   //    23 Feb 2018, 14:40 IST
Bianca Belair was reportedly rushed to hospital

What’s the story?

She made headlines earlier this week for a Twitter spat with Mandy Rose, but reports are surfacing that Bianca Belair was rushed out of a side exit and to hospital after a finish went wrong at an NXT house show last night.

In case you didn’t know…

Bianca Belair is an NXT talent who debuted at the Mae Young Classic, losing in the second round to eventual champion Kairi Sane.

A war of words with Mandy Rose this week even led to several WWE main roster Superstars such as Goldust tweeting at the upcoming star about her hair flip.

The heart of the matter

Well, last night, NXT ran a show in Mississauga, Canada, where Bianca Belair faced off against Ember Moon in singles action.

The following video surfaced online of Bianca Belair shockingly kicking out of Ember Moon's finisher at the NXT live event.

Sean Ross Sapp, of, took to Twitter to say that the finish was not meant to go down like that, and Belair was definitely not supposed to kick out of Moon's finisher - even hinting that he had asked WWE officials about it.

Sapp has previously broken news in regards to WWE, most recently regarding the release of Rusev Day merchandise and the subsequent sales numbers upon the merchandise selling out.



Well, while reports are so far unconfirmed, it looks like Bianca Belair may have suffered an injury in the process, with several attendees of the show taking to Twitter to say Belair was rushed out of the arena - with one spectator saying she was taken out of the side exit after an abrupt end to the match.

Author’s take

Well, it's pretty clear from the video that something went wrong here, it's just unfortunate that it may have ended up with an injury to Bianca Belair.

Here's hoping she just took a bad knock and was rushed out of the arena as a precaution. We'll keep you updated with any news as and when we get it.

We wish Bianca Belair all the best!

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Gary Cassidy
Gary Cassidy is a freelance journalist from Glasgow, Scotland, specialising in professional wrestling with Sportskeeda. Gary has ten years' writing experience and a 2:1 Honours degree, and is also a subtitler working on both live and prerecorded broadcast for television channels across the UK, USA and Australia.
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