Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair is the most heated rivalry going on Smackdown Live.
Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair is the most heated rivalry going on Smackdown Live. These two started the feud back at Summerslam PPV. Charlotte Flair won the championship from Carmella by pinning Becky Lynch in a triple threat battle. The victim could not believe what her friend did to her by stealing her opportunity.
Moments after, we saw the shocking segment where Becky Lynch attacked Charlotte Flair from the back. It turned out to be the most unprecedented moment from this year’s Summerslam event. A title match seemed evident between these two at a future point of time. Smackdown GM confirmed it at the Hell in a Cell PPV event.
This is going to be a match where these two will look forward to tearing each other apart. The storyline angle has been good so far with most of the audience backing up Becky Lynch. They could feel the frustrations that Becky Lynch is dealing with in current times. So they are continuously cheering her up despite the villainous antics.
This is actually a good thing for the former Smackdown women’s champion. This much support will definitely pave the way for her to win the title back. But it might not happen at Hell in a Cell. Recent reports from Wrestling Observer Radio do not suggest that.
Charlotte Flair has just won the Smackdown women’s championship at the bygone PPV event. Dropping it within a month could hurt her caliber as a champion to a big extent. So Becky Lynch will have to wait a bit more to get her hands on the title. Furthermore, the source revealed the future plans, as well, (courtesy ewrestlingnews.com)
“It was also suggested that if the two wrestle each other again at the Evolution PPV, it could be the place where Becky wins the Smackdown women’s title. Either way, the expectation is that WWE will eventually give the fans what they want by not only turning Becky but also giving her the women’s title.”
Well, this means that Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch over the championship will continue at the Evolution PPV, as well. The Irish Lass-kicker can prove herself to be superior to The Queen of Smackdown by finally dethroning her on such a historic occasion.