Bianca Belair wants to launch her own clothing line and talks about Montez Ford’s support
WWE Superstar and current Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair recently joined the Token CEO Podcast with host Erika Nardini, where EST revealed her dream of launching her own clothing line, as well as discussing support which she receives from her husband, Montez Ford of Profit Street. Highlights from the interview can be found below.
How she hopes to launch her own clothing line:
Outside of wrestling – you know, there are so many goals in wrestling. Outside of wrestling I would love to get into acting I just would love to be – we’re so amazing at what we do in WWE and we’re so talented and I can’t wait for more of us to start to flourish and show different sides of us. I want to get into film, I want to act, I want to write a book, I want to start my own clothing line because I smash all my gear that I wear and I push myself more. The dress I wore to the ESPYs, I made this dress myself, I make outfits for my husband [Montez Ford] so I want to eventually design more things and collaborate with designers and I don’t know, one day go to New York Fashion Week maybe, you know?
On the support she receives from her husband, WWE star Montez Ford:
I get to do what I love with the person I love. My husband [Montez Ford] always makes jokes, he always says I’m his sugar mommy. But I love this. My husband, he’s half of The Street Profits, The Street Profits here in WWE but yeah, we support each other. He’s my biggest supporter and he loves me for who I am, he supports me. Sometimes there’s a lot going on and I might not have that many or last year I had a WrestleMania match and he didn’t and you never would have known that he didn’t have a WrestleMania match because the amount of support and happiness he had for me. So he’s right there with me all the time and – but, that’s cool. We live together, we travel together, we work together, we are with each other all the time through the ups and downs. We also train together.
(H/T and transcribed by Post Wrestling)