WWE News: Revealed, Becky Lynch’s Championship Opponent On Smackdown
The storyline for the women’s championships has just kicked off following Wrestlemania 35. Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Ronda Rousey competed in a historic triple threat title match at the main event. It took place over both WWE Raw and SmackDown Women’s Championships. Becky turned out to be the winner by becoming the first-ever dual brand title-holders in the female roster.
It leaves us with a number of questions around the dual champion. Whenever WWE has crowned such dual title-holders, it happened due to a reason that the titles will eventually merge. Speculation of the same happening was there in this case, too. However, if recent reports are any indications then that may not be the case. Rather Becky Lynch will separately defend these two titles.
A report from WrestlingInc.com suggested that Becky Lynch is all set to begin a separate rivalry on Smackdown Live. She will be feuding with Charlotte Flair on the blue brand. We should note in this context that the duo will be meeting on this week’s SmackDown Live. So this marks the beginning of their rivalry over the blue brand title. Technically, Becky never defeated Charlotte at Wrestlemania. So she automatically deserves a rematch.
The source also added that Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch is also being advertised for several Smackdown live events. Hence, it’s just a matter of time that these two former besties go at each other. Additionally, there are chances for the current dual champion to permanently move on Monday Night Raw. In this case, she will drop the Smackdown title to Charlotte Flair.
But she will still be the women’s champion over on Raw. Here, a rivalry has already begun against Lacey Evans which will continue moving forward to the Money in the Bank pay-per-view. This could be the same event that would see Becky Lynch competing in two separate matches on the same night just to defend the dual titles.
So there’s no way that WWE will unify both the women’s championships. Becky herself was against this move during an interview with Gorilla Position, (courtesy wrestlingINC.com)
“Nope, absolutely not. Nope, I want to defend both of them and I don’t see a point for them to be unified because we have two different brands, we have RAW and SmackDown. If we go back to one brand, maybe, but maybe not, nah! No! I’m ‘Becky Two Belts,’ I need two belts and also I just like there being more things for people to fight for.”
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