Bianca Belair Says It Was Weird Having WWE Cameras At Her House

Bianca Belair and Montez ford’s upcoming Hulu reality television show, Love & WWE: Bianca & Montez, will debut on February 2nd. The series will give fans access to the EST of WWE’s life with 1/2 of the Street Profits, but it took some adjusting for Belair.

WWE took their content from the WWE Network and used it to get television deals, streaming series, and they have an entire section on Peacock devoted to WWE content. It is quite impressive to consider how much content WWE produces, and fans will soon see a new side of Bianca Belair and Montez Ford because of it.

During an episode of Casual Conversations, Bianca Belair shared her experience of having cameras accompany her outside WWE. She acknowledged that initially, it felt unusual to be on camera when she wasn’t portraying a character.

“It was. I will admit (that), and it’s funny because you would think that I’m used to having cameras in my face, but that’s when I’m at work.



“That’s when I’m at RAW and I’m at SmackDown, and I’m Bianca Belair, and that red light comes on and I turn it on.

“At home, I’m ready to turn it off. In real life, I’m actually a shy person, and I’m more laid back and more reserved. My husband, Montez Ford, who I get at home 24/7, (has) wild and crazy energy. It’s a contrast, we balance each other out.”

Bianca Belair and Montez Ford were filming their new reality television show a while ago. Many fans were wondering when that footage would see the light of day. The cameras were apparently getting close in their personal lives, and also documented them on the road.

We will have to see what may be exposed on this new Hulu show, but it appears that the cameras were able to capture some moments that fans haven’t seen before.

What’s your take on Bianca Belair and Montez Ford’s new reality television show? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section!

November 15, 2023 10:38 am

Felix Upton

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