WWE released ‘Chronicle’, which is a documentary on Bianca Belair, this weekend
WWE released another impressive instalment of their recent series of documentaries about WWE stars.
The documentary is a 30-minute-long feature film about the life of the EST of WWE. Her feud with Bayley is used as the backdrop to the documentary, and it’s probably why The Huggable One had a crude remark to one of Belair’s celebratory tweets.
Belair wrote on her account:
“Who would have ever thought this little girl was going to become a WWE Superstar! Also, my Mama kept me in a fresh fit! Catch some of these fun moments in my #WWEChronicle available tomorrow on the @WWENetwork“
Bayley replied to it by saying “Not me”.
The documentary released this Sunday on the WWE Network. And since it’s release, it has reeled in immeasurable positive responses from fellow wrestling stars. Apart from Bayley’s, of course.
WWE stars react to Bianca Belair releasing her documentary Chronicle
Here are some positive messages for her documentary by Belair’s fellow WWE stars.
The documentary was a touching piece. It dealt with difficult issues such as depression, self-harm, racism, amongst other things. And Belair was brave to talk about all of it with such openness.
A WWE star addressing these topics is vital, as the promotion’s reach is incredibly vast. The documentary is, therefore, all the more impressive as everything in it is real and strikes a chord with all of us.
Bayley’s comments are made while she is in her character and shouldn’t really be taken seriously.
Both of them collided on SmackDown last week in a weird, but fun, obstacle course match.
And if Belair is going to be the new face of the Blue Brand’s women division, her ongoing feud with Bayley would be perfect to give her that launch.
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