WWE Rumor: Vince McMahon To Backstab Becky Lynch At Money In The Bank 2019
Becky Lynch is all set to defend both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s championships at the upcoming Money in the Bank PPV. It is indeed going to be a historic night for The Man who will be the first woman to defend two titles on one single night. But chances are relatively low that she’d come out of the show with both the belts as The Boss does not want the same.
The ‘champ champ’ will defend the RAW Women’s Championship against Lacey Evans and the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Charlotte Flair at Money in the Bank. Considering the current reports, it’s more than certain that Becky Lynch will drop at least one of them. Now one of the media outlets has indicated that Vince McMahon might cost her in a title match.
As per Brad Shepard on the Oh You Didn’t Know wrestling podcast, WWE is strongly considering Lacey Evans to defeat Becky Lynch to win RAW Women’s Championship at Money In The Bank 2019. Vince McMahon is very ‘high’ on Lacey. He thinks the newbie defeating “The Man” would be a ‘shocking moment’ for the upcoming PPV. Here’s more from Brad,
“I was told WWE is strongly considering having Lacey Evans defeat Becky Lynch at Money In The Bank. Vince McMahon is very high on Evans and thinks it would be a ‘shocking moment’ if she won.”
This could actually garner cheering reactions from the audience since Becky Lynch is already going through a lackluster title run. Pinkvilla.com further hinted that Vince McMahon may backstab the dual champion ensuring that Lacey Evans becomes a new champion at Money in the Bank. This would also ensure two separate things at a time.
None but Vince McMahon himself will endorse an uprising star like Lacey Evans helping to kick-start her title reign. Plus, the backstabbing may also protect the strong image of Becky Lynch where she does not have to suffer a clean pinfall loss. Vince can do to any extent to cement the new character of Lacey Evans whom he is extremely fond of.
If the previous reports are any indications then Vince McMahon considers Lacey Evans as the female version of Roman Reigns who can carry the women’s division in the future. Otherwise, who can think of winning the title in her first pay-per-view match? Apparently, the Sassy Southern Bell is looking forward to doing the unthinkable on May 19th.