Becky Lynch has been going through a dull timespan, as of late when it comes to her championship reign. For almost two months, she has not put the Raw women’s title on the line and the blame goes to the creative team.
They have not built any of the challengers to step up to the singles belt until Asuka had to step in. She is one-half of the women’s tag team champions who is now being groomed up for a singles title shot.
If history is to go by then Asuka has not been unbeatable against Becky Lynch. She has been the winner against The Man on two different occasions. (TLC and Royal Rumble PPV 2018)
Now Becky Lynch has decided to give Asuka a shout-out and make her a challenger for the title. Although the title match has not been confirmed, it is reportedly happening at the Royal Rumble 2019 PPV event.
— WWE (@WWE) December 24, 2019
Meanwhile, WWE has asked an interesting question on the social media account which indicates that Becky Lynch’s status as the champion could be in real jeopardy.
The post asked the fans whether the champ will close out 2019 as Raw Women’s Champion. This is a very curious question to ask at a time like this since only one episode of Monday Night Raw has been left on the card that takes place on December 30th.
So there are chances that WWE may shock the world by arranging the title match at this upcoming Monday Night which airs live. The final Raw of this decade could end with a huge twist as we look forward to having a new champion. Even if that does not happen, Becky Lynch could be having new challengers heading into 2020.
Charlotte Flair opened up after this past episode of Monday Night Raw targeting new goals for new years that included being the Royal Rumble winner. She is clearly trying to come back to the title picture after having a rough patch, (courtesy ringsidenews.com)
“I guess thank you. But, here’s the thing it’s not welcome back. I’ve been here. I didn’t go anywhere. I’ve been grinding. Last year TLC main event, Survivor Series, WrestleMania, retired the greatest in-ring competitor this business has ever seen [Trish Stratus at SummerSlam]. You know, it’s not welcome back. I’ve been here.”
“I know who I wanna face, but I don’t know. Maybe winning the Rumble in 2002.”