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WWE's Women's Division Does the 'Don't Rush' Challenge | CBR

The WWE Women’s Division got in on the #DontRushChallenge Wednesday, posting a video on social media showing a number of its top stars taking part.

“Unity,” tweeted SmackDown superstar Sasha Banks, who kicked things off. The video includes appearances by Naomi, Nia Jax, Bayley, Mandy Rose, Carmella and new Raw star Bianca Belair, who just debuted on the red brand this past Monday.

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The #DontRushChallenge originated on March 22 with a tweet from 20-year-old business management student Toluwalase Asolo, who posted a clip of herself and seven friends synching up different scenes that they made while in quarantine due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The women each change up their looks, going from pajamas and house clothes to fancy outfits, with the passing of a makeup brush. The clip is edited to look like the brush goes seamlessly from one scene to the next.

“The boredom jumped out,” Asolo tweeted. Her video, which has more than 2 million views, has spawned countless remakes over the past few weeks. In the WWE one, the stars can be seen passing a cell phone to each other as they change into their in-ring gear. The video had been watched more than 90,000 times as of Wednesday afternoon.

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WIth many of its stars quarantined due to COVID-19, the WWE Women's Division decided to take a stab at the #DontRushChallenge.

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