Updated: Feb 23, 2021
At Carnage: Gold Rush, Bianca Belair brought out a different side of her that is beyond ruthless in order to retain her WWE Women's Title against Rhea Ripley
That rules of the Steel Cage were simple, keep everyone out and only the two participants in, and both the EST and the Nightmare used the environment to their advantage to show how brutal they will get to have hold of that title and the ending was sort of déjà vu of the Royal Rumble when Belair introduced the brass knuckles but this time the impact left a gash across the forehead of Ripley and like a shark smelling blood, Belair unleashed a cerebral and brutal assault on the challenger before finally connecting with the KOD to bring death to Ripley's hopes of leaving Brooklyn as the Women's Champion
Belair's celebration was short lived as the cage was once again lowered and on top of it was her WrestleMania challenger - Io Shirai - who connected with a breathe taking diving crossbody from the top before leaving the champion laying with a picture perfect moonsault, sending the message that she is coming for that title at the show that is "Too Big For Just One Night".
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