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Bel-Air Cast Is All Smiles at Monday Night RAW After WrestleMania
Bel-Air cast members Jabari Banks (Will), Olly Sholotan (Carlton), and Jordan L. Jones (Jazz) were on hand at Monday Night RAW after WrestleMania.
Like everyone, the cast of Peacock’s Bel-Air couldn’t resist watching the post-WrestleMania drama unfold on the first Monday Night RAW after the show of shows. So, they joined the action ringside.
Last night, Jabari Banks (Will), Olly Sholotan (Carlton), and Jordan L. Jones (Jazz) were given the spotlight at the live show where they could be seen hyping up the packed crowd in the aftermath of WrestleMania 39, which took place on Saturday and Sunday and marked the biggest occasion in the WWE calendar year.
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The group was all smiles as they raised their hands demanding the already rowdy crowd get even louder while they cheer for them and the Superstars. The trio also shared an image that Sholotan posted to his Instagram Story showing them looking stylish and cool in classic Bel-Air style as they watched the action unfold in the ring. And boy was there action.
In addition to the Bel-Air cast, there was another notable celebrity in attendance at RAW After Mania. Bad Bunny was also at ringside enjoying all the drama unfold as loose ends were tied up following the big weekend of matches. However, unlike the Bel-Air cast who just attended, Bad Bunny got himself into a little fracas with Dominik Mysterio and Damian Priest.
Sure it would have been cool to see the Bel-Air boys throw down with some of the biggest Superstars of the day, but they were all about positive hype and good vibes at the show. After all, who would have beef with them? Their characters, though ... Maybe.
The group has good reason to be in good spirits these days. It was recently announced that all of them will return to Peacock for a third season of the hit, record-breaking drama series, which is currently in its second season. While there is no official release date yet, it was previously announced that the one-hour drama series’ success has merited more of what the people want.
You can catch more WWE on USA Network and Peacock as well as Bel-Air.