WWE’s Becky Lynch, Seth Rollins, Bianca Belair, and Montez Ford Shine at the ESPYS

ESPN held the 2023 edition of The ESPYS at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, and the stars all came out in their best looks for the event. That included four fan-favorite WWE Superstars, and they went all out with their ESPYS looks. The Man Becky Lynch and Seth Freakin Rollins hit the red carpet in a delightful video that has Rollins just being fantastic throughout. Lynch wore a gorgeous black and white outfit while Rollins had a black and silver suit that shined in the light, with his big black shades completing the look. The EST Bianca Belair and Montez Ford were not going to be outdone though.

Belair and Ford hit the red carpet as well, and Belair wore a stunning black dress that featured a white and black design between a bevy of black feathers in the top and skirt. Ford looked fantastic as well, with a black suit that also seems to have hints of brown or red in the textured design. At one point they all took a picture together, and Ford brought his sunglasses to the party too.

In the video with Lynch and Rollins, Lynch says “We are here at the ESPYs on the red carpet making statements!” Then Rollins is walking behind her swaying back and forth and being…well, classic Rollins. You can watch their walk on the red carpet in the video below.

The ESPY Awards are to celebrate excellence in sports performance yearly, and this year features a number of the sports world’s biggest stars. The ESPYS also helps raise money for the V Foundation, which is a nonprofit founded by the late Jim Valvano that seeks to aid Cancer research. This year’s ESPYS doesn’t feature one host, but a number of presenters. That included Pat McAfee, who shouted out Lynch and Belair in the audience during his presentation. There are 22 awards up for grabs, and you can find some of the awards and their nominees below.

Nikola Joki?, Denver Nuggets
Aaron Judge, New York Yankees
Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
Lionel Messi, Argentina

Mikaela Shiffrin, Ski
Sophia Smith, Portland Thorns
Iga ?wi?tek, Tennis
A’ja Wilson, Las Vegas Aces

Caitlin Clark, Iowa Women’s Basketball
Brock Purdy, San Francisco 49ers
Angel Reese, LSU Women’s Basketball
Julio Rodr?guez, Seattle Mariners

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Nikola Joki?, Denver Nuggets – 2023 NBA Finals MVP
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Rose Zhang, LPGA – defeated Jennifer Kupcho in a two-hole sudden death playoff, making history by winning by becoming the first woman in 72 years to win her first professional