Carmella Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction At WWE Live Event After Bursting Out Of Her Skimpy Ring Gear - VIDEO

Since debuting her new gimmick, Carmella has come to the ring in increasingly revealing gear (she "The Most Beautiful Woman in All of WWE"), but she very nearly part of that during a recent WWE Live event...

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WWE is once again holding non-televised live events, and those are understandably drawing a lot of interest after over eighteen months of fans being unable to attend shows in person. 

One recent effort featured Superstars from SmackDown battling it out in the squared circle, including SmackDown Women's Champion Bianca Belair and Carmella. However, the challenger suffered what could have been a disastrous wardrobe malfunction during their match. 

In the closing stages of that, the zip on the back of Carmella's bikini-style ring gear started opening, and after a series of roll up attempts, her top burst open and very nearly came completely off. Watching the video below, you can see her attempts to stop it from falling off, and the match seemingly reaches an abrupt end when Bianca realises what's happening and rolls her opponent up for the 1-2-3.

Chance are that wasn't how the match was supposed to end, but calling the audible like this was a smart move and one which shows some impressive quick thinking on Belair's part. 

Ultimately, both women handled what could have been a very embarrassing situation well, and we're glad they did. Still, we're sure many of you will want to check out the footage from what happened, and you can do so below (it's also a great demonstration of two wrestlers having to improvise). 
 

@j_e_n.n_i_f_e_r

@blancabelair unzipped her bra. Yall watch this. #wwe #wwesupershow #louisvillekentucky

♬ original sound - Jennifer
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