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  2. Forbes recently released an article that, albeit short, put into question Ronda and Becky Lynch's ability to carry a Wrestlemania main event by their lonesome. The article is mainly filler but the passage below is probably the most important: SOURCE. Considering the next stop will be the most important night in the history of Women's Wrestling, there is a lot at stake. So, is this tea? Charlotte already proved that she can carry Ronda to the best mach of her career thus far. Can Becky do the same? Or is Charlotte truly NEEDED for the main event to succeed? 
  3. So like it or not, Becky Lynch is one of the biggest, most groundbreaking stars this decade (tbh, arguably up there with CM Punk and Daniel Bryan) and Charlotte Flair is a bonafide living legend. Now that Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey is pretty much set in stone as this year's WrestleMania main event—a historic first ever for a women's bout—as the pay off to quite the impactful rivalry between these three women and a string of acclaimed matches, in hindsight, do you think the road that led us here will be looked at more fondly than the feud between Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair? A rivalry that also opened doors and was once thought to be the banner rivalry for this generation of women. Which rivalry will be seen as more revolutionary, definitive and meaningful for the women's division? Futhermore, which produced the better matches, moments, etc.?
  4. I'm guessing they're gonna have Charlotte come out on SD and claim she would've won the Rumble if Becky didn't replace Lana. That'll then set this match up with the stipulation that if Charlotte wins, she'll be in the Mania match. They still want Charlotte in the match anyway.    
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  8. Becky Lynch cuts John Cena's return short   Becky Lynch & John Cena vs Zelina and Andrade "Cien" Almas   Sonya Deville vs Naomi    Asuka, Charlotte,Becky and Carmella backstage   _______________ A blast from the past ? Let's start the year off with the return of the Smackdown results thread actually this will probably will be a one night hit. Share your thoughts.
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  11. NXT Takeover War Games: Shayna Baszler (c) vs. Kairi Sane in a 2 out of 3 falls match for the NXT Women's Championship.    Survivor Series: Team RAW (Tamina, Nia Jax, Mickie James, Ruby Riott & Natalya) (w/Alexa Bliss, Sarah Logan & Liv Morgan) vs. Team Smackdown (Asuka, Naomi, Carmella, Sonya Deville & TBD)    Brand Supremacy: RAW Women's Champion Ronda Rousey vs. Surrogate Smackdown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair.   So with all these matches lined up for the next two days. Who wins what matches? Will there be any surprises? Who's the fifth member of Team Smackdown? What are your thoughts and predictions for NXT Takeover War Games 2 and Survivor Series!
  12. Charlotte Sued by Ex-Husband

    This is so messy.  
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  15. Ever since WrestleMania 34, there have been rumors of a women’s match headlining WrestleMania 35, which takes place on April 7, 2013, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey — six years to the day of WrestleMania 29. The most likely match-up is Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair with a title at stake. According to Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, while this idea is on the drawing board, it is only one of many ideas WWE is considering for the top women’s match. “It’s also not at 100 percent locked in as many think about Rousey vs. Charlotte for WrestleMania,” Meltzer wrote. “It’s certainly an idea on the boards, but there are a number of ideas.” During a radio interview last month before SummerSlam, Flair talked about facing Rousey. “I want to face her,” Flair said. “When I think of Wrestlemania and headlining, I think of the biggest stories, the biggest stars. I just know to be in the main event picture, it would take the right storyline.”  
  16. Charlotte Flair might have repelled the challenge of Carmella in a SmackDown Women’s Championship main event last night, but she could not escape an “Irish Lass Kicking” from her former best friend, Becky Lynch, who challenged “The Queen” to a title match at the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event on Sunday, September 16. Charlotte couldn’t celebrate her victory over Carmella for long as she was quickly met with a blindside attack from Lynch, who knocked her to the canvas and began to hammer away with some stiff haymakers. Becky then grabbed the microphone and told her former best friend that she was going to take the SmackDown Women’s Championship before throwing a massive insult at Charlotte. “When I get my way, come Hell in a Cell, I’m taking my title back … you bitch,” Becky told Charlotte before dropping the microphone on her beaten body. For the second week in a row, Lynch’s attack on Charlotte drew a massive babyface reaction and it looks like WWE creative is changing the direction of their feud as a result. John Pollock, who hosts a podcast called “Rewind-A-Smackdown,” was told after SmackDown LIVE last night by a WWE source that creative is dropping the heel aspect of Lynch’s new persona. Instead of this being traditional babyface vs. heel feud, it will be a feud between former best friends. The end result for Lynch probably won’t change — with her capturing the SmackDown Women’s Championship — but WWE creative doesn’t want fans completely turning on Charlotte or her to come off as a heel. Pollock said (H/T, “So I was told this after [this week’s SmackDown LIVE] that last week, based on the reaction Becky got, that they have slightly changed the direction here where the idea now is much less of a heel/babyface dynamic and instead it’s two ex-friends that both have valid points and neither is going to back down from the other and still getting Becky to the same place they wanted to but not so much wanting Charlotte to be a heel as a result of this. So it seems like they did learn from last week how everyone was into Becky.” Pollock added, “Credit that they learned from last week. To me, it was a bad idea trying to turn Becky. If in fact, they realized it, tonight you definitely did not get the same Becky as was presented last week.”  
  17. With the exceptions of Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey (who will be facing Alexa Bliss for the RAW Women's Championship at SummerSlam on August 19), I notice that Total Divas cast members such as Carmella, Nia Jax, Lana, Naomi, the Bellas and Maryse are being pushed ahead of the likes of Asuka, Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks and Bayley, among others. As a result, it looks like the likes of Banks, Asuka and Bayley may be left off the SummerSlam card. Thoughts?
  18. Last week, I posed the question-- who was WWE's poster girl? I did so to parlay into this larger discussion, about the hypothetical (and probable?) scenario in which a headlining match for a WrestleMania would feature Ronda Rousey competing for either of WWE's women's championships. With this clearly being a game-changing step in a long (long) march towards something beyond a 'revolution' and more representative of finite equality fiscally and creatively between the WWE's women's division and its male counterpart, Ronda Rousey needs an apt dance partner. Someone who can complete an iconic match-up that would rival the likes of Hogan vs. Rock, Stone Cold vs. HBK and The Rock vs. John Cena. A woman who will carry the WWE's flag on her back as she goes in to potentially defend or take back the crown jewel of her respective women's division. So, the question is: who? Base your criteria of off: PR Savvy - Is she capable of marketing the match and herself as the character to beat Ronda Rousey, let alone in the main of WrestleMania? Visibility and Previous Relevance - What has she done lately? Is it realistic that she would be able to not only be primed, but accepted in the eyes of the fans as someone who's going to hold this distinct honor that the legendary females of the past couldn't have dreamed of doing in their prime? Accomplishments and Legitimacy - What does she bring to the table in the tale of the tape comparison? Will she be marketed as an underdog or as a major foil? Is her past history in the WWE sustainable enough to hold on to Ronda's massive, industry shifting success in the UFC that will largely be factored into the promotion of the match? End Game - Ronda is already a mainstream star athlete, so what is the end game of this person being her opponent in the main event of WrestleMania? Is she the star WWE wants to shine bright even after Ronda has moved on from wrestling?
  19. Ember Moon & Charlotte Flair are the first two competitors in the match, so what girls do you think will make up the rest of the match? 
  20. Is Charlotte *really* the GOAT?

    I mean, she had me fooled! After an iconic entrance and performance in a career-defining win against Asuka at WrestleMania 34, dirt sheets went rampant in speculating that Charlotte Flair's run as the SmackDown Women's Champion would lead her to an even higher pinnacle-- being one half of the first-ever women's main event in WrestleMania history against Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35 in New Jersey. While WrestleMania is still a year away, New Jersey got a taste of what the potential headliner had to offer at WWE Backlash; and the sample wasn't enough to sell the sandwich. Charlotte's lack of emotion and interest could be told before the bell even rang for her match against Carmella for the SmackDown Women's Championship-- Charlotte having lost the title only two days after the huge win due to a cash-in (which seemed understandable and apropo; but perhaps this was not). Carmella, no ring general by any means, was to go over clean against Charlotte. No IIconics interference, no sign of Asuka anywhere; just Charlotte and Carmella battling in a Bella Twin vs. Kelly Kelly 2011 level of resthold/roll-up match (the match being produced by nefarious misogynist Johnny Ace was the icing atop the cake, it seems). As unfortunate and perhaps understandable it was for fans of Charlotte, the problem lies in that this isn't the first time Charlotte has put out trash. In fact, it seems she puts out trash more frequently than she does treasure. When she's given the big spotlight and a focus at the biggest stages, she shows out. However, when she needs to go through the motions and get to next week, it's exactly what she does; something male counterparts who she'd like to be held in the same regards to such as Seth Rollins and AJ Styles tend not to do. They have compelling matches on week-to-week TV, and whether it be limitations or simply lack of interest in proving herself, Charlotte does not do that. Which begs the question, why is she heralded as the GOAT? Certainly those aren't qualities becoming of someone considered to be the greatest of their generation. And if not Charlotte, hew is it?  
  22.     Is Carmella actually cashing in this week?