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WWE Universe’s favorite, Bayley has won the Raw women’s championship for the very first time in the main event of Las Vegas edition of Monday Night Raw. But, then again this was done just due to keeping the PPV streak of Charlotte intact. As per the creative planning, she will lose it at the upcoming Fastlane PPV.
Charlotte has invoked her rematch clause and the match between these two is official for the PPV on March 5th. This will also mark the last one PPV before Wrestlemania ensuring the fact that the Queen will be walking on the grandest stage of the year as the champion for the second straight year.
The previous plan for Bayley was to become the champion at Wrestlemania for the very first time. She would have got the singles match against Charlotte at the Citrus Bowl to finally put an end to the streak. But, in recent times there have been some drastic changes to the plan.
According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, this singles match was shifted to Fastlane PPV to make Charlotte a five-time women’s champion. Furthermore, WWE is arranging a fatal-4-way match where Charlotte will defend her championship against Bayley, Sasha Banks, and Nia Jax.
The Hugger is the favorite one to win this contest to end Charlotte’s streak. She will be wearing the belt to defend it in her hometown of San Jose, California at the next Raw-exclusive PPV, Payback.
— EMMA (@EmmaWWE) February 21, 2017
There are a couple of opponents have in store for her during the post-Wrestlemania season. The first one is supposedly going to be Emma who is supposed to be back with her evil gimmick to start a feud against her. Recently, Emma dropped a hint of the same sharing the above picture from their NXT days.
Sasha Banks will also come into the title picture, at some point. The Boss would turn into a villain for a feud against Bayley and these two would probably lock horns at the Summerslam PPV. Plus, you can count on a returning Paige, as well who is supposed to get cleared to compete once Wrestlemania is over.