Bianca Belair Reveals Her Pivotal Role In The Street Profits’ Basketball Game, Go Behind The Scenes Of ‘Cagefighter’
Bianca Is Ballin’
Bianca Belair didn’t lace ’em up on RAW last night but she definitely made sure the Street Profits looked good while winning their basketball game.
Yes, you read that correctly—the Street Profits played a basketball game against the Viking Raiders on last night’s episode of RAW. Despite the lopsided score (and the tank job by the Raiders), the Profits were dressed to impress and it’s thanks to Bianca Belair. As seen in the photos below, Belair stitched up the custom jerseys for Montez Ford (her husband) and Angelo Dawkins to make sure they were ballin’ in style:
— Bianca Belair (@BiancaBelairWWE) May 12, 2020
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Ahead of the monster crossover movie, FITE takes you behind-the-scenes of Cagefighter: Worlds Collide with the “Making of Cagefighter.” The full video can be seen on Instagram TV at this link.
This exciting 20-minute video gets in-depth with the director, actors, and shows exactly how things got done!
— FITE (@FiteTV) May 12, 2020
Jon Moxley is used to getting hyped up for a big wrestling match but the AEW Champion got himself psyched in a different way for his latest on-screen role.
Moxley recently spoke with Wrestlezone Managing Editor Bill Pritchard while promoting his new film “Cagefighter: Worlds Collide” which is set to premiere on FITE on Saturday, May 16. Moxley plays Randy Stone in the movie, a story about a “fight between a Pro Wrestling champion and an MMA champion inside a fabled cage of legends.”
The cast features several other big names from professional wrestling and MMA, including WWE’s Christian (Jay Reso) and UFC stars Chuck Liddell, Luke Rockhold and Alex Montagnani. Moxley said that he didn’t get to share too much screen time with Liddell, but the on-set experience was still rewarding because he’s always held the ‘Iceman’ in high regard and it was one of the best parts of the whole shoot.
“We had so much downtime in between takes, waiting for them to set cameras up, we’d have time to shoot the crap but what an awesome dude to just be on set with. I’ve been such a huge fan of him for his whole career. I don’t really watch a lot of regular sports—football, baseball—to me, he’s Mickey Mantle. He hung out, told cool stories about fighting, stuff like that. He was a really interesting guy to just hang out with, what a cool experience.”
Cagefighter: Worlds Collide premieres on FITE on Saturday, May 16; check out our full interview with Jon Moxley at this link.