Popular Star Says Rivalry Is Not Over After WWE Backlash 2023

1 month ago by Sanchez Taylor

Popular Star Says Rivalry Is Not Over After WWE Backlash 2023 WWE

Popular star IYO SKY commented on her loss at WWE Backlash premium live event in a passionate Japanese promo segment.

At the May 6 show, SKY unsuccessfully challenged for Bianca Belair’s Raw Women’s Championship.

Despite Belair being on the cusp of a history-making reign, the San Juan, Puerto Rico crowd got behind SKY, cheering for the Damage CTRL star.

Following the bout, SKY cut a promo in Japanese during an interview segment.

Noting that the rivalry is not over, SKY said:

“Hey, you saw that? You saw that, didn’t you? The fans wanted me to win more than Bianca. The WWE Universe wanted IYO SKY to win! 

“That’s one. At the end, some stuff happened with Bianca, Bayley, like… stuff happened! 

“But anyhow, everyone in Puerto Rico believed I would win. 

“And Bianca is on SmackDown, and we, Damage CTRL, are also on SmackDown. That means it’s still not over! 

“Bianca! The next time, I’ll make everyone know that IYO SKY is the worthy champion.”

(Translated from Japanese)

As SKY mentioned, Belair, Bayley, Dakota Kai and SKY were all moved to SmackDown during the WWE Draft.

Full results from Backlash were as follows:

Raw Women’s Championship – Bianca Belair (c) def. IYO SKY

Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins def. Omos

United States Championship – Austin Theory (c) def. Bobby Lashley, Bronson Reed

SmackDown Women’s Championship – Rhea Ripley (c) def. Zelina Vega

San Juan Street Fight – Bad Bunny def. Damian Priest

Solo Sikoa & The Usos def. Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens & Matt Riddle

Cody Rhodes def. Brock Lesnar

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