As is often the case every few years, WWE’s roster split has become somewhat undefined. Superstars are showing up on both shows regardless of which one they are supposedly a part of, and the World and Tag Team Titles have been unified. Roman Reigns brought the WWE and Universal Championships together at WrestleMania, and The Usos have done the same thing with the Raw and SmackDown Tag Titles since then.
Bianca Belair Wants To Unify The Titles
Since The Bloodline doesn’t have any female members in its ranks, the Women’s Championships are yet to be unified. Bianca Belair is keen to see it happen, though. The EST of WWE is already Raw Women’s Champion, and she revealed to Wrestling Inc. that she would be very up for putting it on the line for the chance to hold two titles at the same time.
“I would like to have two golds on both shoulders. I mean, gold is my favorite color,” Belair said. Belair also mentioned how much she has already achieved, which is a lot considering she was only called up from NXT in 2020. She has held both Women’s Titles on the main roster, won a Royal Rumble, and main evented WrestleMania.
Watch Your Back, Liv Morgan
It should be noted that Belair has made her intentions to become a Unified Champion on the same week that the SmackDown Women’s Title changed hands. Liv Morgan won Money in the Bank and then cashed it in to become champion on Saturday. Morgan and Belair posed together with their championships for a photo after the match, but clearly, The EST was already thinking about how she can add the blue version of her title to her collection.
WWE has sort of unified its Women’s Titles already in recent history. Becky Lynch won the main event of WrestleMania 35 to become both Raw and SmackDown Women’s Champion at the same time. That didn’t last long though as Lynch lost the SmackDown Women’s Title back to Charlotte Flair shortly after.