Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair and several WWE Superstars celebrate the International Day of the Girl

Several WWE Superstars including Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair and Sonya Deville celebrated the International Day of the Girl.

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Belair, Deville and Flair

Charlotte Flair and Bianca Belair are two of the most popular Superstars in the world of professional wrestling today. They’ve worked really hard, put in enough blood and sweat to reach where they are today. Their journeys to becoming global Superstars is certainly inspirational, hence, the Superstars took out time to celebrate the girls they were and the women they are, on the eve of International Day of the Girl.

The Association of National Advertisers (ANA) launched the SeeHer movement in 2016, in association with The Female Quotient. Their mission is “to accurately portray all women and girls in marketing, advertising, media and entertainment so they see themselves as they truly are and in all their potential,” as mentioned on the ANA website.

WWE is a member of this global movement, which aims to eliminate all gender bias in media. They are committed to supporting narratives where women and girls are accurately reflected.

Several WWE Superstars took to Twitter to celebrate their journeys. Charlotte Flair, Bianca Belair, Stephanie McMahon and many more Superstars shared anecdotes to inspire the girls everywhere.

Bianca Belair and Charlotte Flair were recently seen in action on Raw

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Belair, Banks, Lynch and Flair

On the latest episode of WWE Raw, the biggest Superstars of the women’s division collided in a Tag Team match. Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair teamed up with Smackdown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch to face Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair. Interestingly, the four brawled throughout the match and it ended in a No Contest. While the Women’s division feuds have been flourishing, same is not the case with the rest of the division.

Interestingly, despite being a part of the community that supports the cause of eliminating gender bias in the media, WWE came under severe criticism for their women’s division matches. Last week on Smackdown, the two qualifying matches for the Queen’s Crown tournament had a combined time of 4 minutes, which was less than Universal Champion Roman Reigns’ entrance!

 Also Read: WWE Raw live results (Becky Lynch – Charlotte Flair team up, King of the Ring and Queen’s Crown tournaments): 11 October, 2021