Ahead of their combustible match at Survivor Series, SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch took yet another shot at RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey.
Last week, Lynch lashed out at Rousey post-WWE Evolution to note how her and Charlotte Flair’s match was far superior to Rousey and Nikki Bella’s.
This time, however, the Irish Lasskicker took to Twitter to highlight two conflicting narratives – WWE signing Lynch and having her face Ronda at this year’s Survivor Series. The SmackDown Women’s Champion explained that WWE made their best decision ever by signing her 6 years ago. However, the same company has now made their worst decision by having Lynch clash with Rousey whom she will crush at Survivor Series and prove that she is superior to the”Golden Girl”.
The Champ is back for #wwebirmingham. 6 years ago to the day WWE made their best decision ever by signing The Champ. Now they’re only a couple weeks away from making their worst by letting me loose on their golden girl @Rondarousey.Everyone’s a badass until The Man comes around.
— The Man (@BeckyLynchWWE) November 5, 2018
Rousey has neither been pinned nor has she submitted to any female Superstar since debuting at WrestleMania 34 this past April. Although Rousey has a hardcore UFC past, Lynch is far more experienced in between the ropes as both women look to take each other down with their own version of the infamous Armbar at Survivor Series.
The betting odds haven’t been revealed and there’s still less than two weeks left for November 18, 2018. Lynch is clearly the underdog and it is very unlikely that she will go on to defeat Ronda at Survivor Series.
WWE is hell-bent on having Rousey carry around an undefeated streak and there is no way the Irish Lasskicker can walk out as the winner when she faces the former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion in 12 days.
Having engaged in a bitter rivalry with former best friend Lynch, fans can expect to see Charlotte Flair get involved in the finish to the epic match provided the 4-time RAW Women’s Champion doesn’t end up captaining or representing the SmackDown Women’s Team at Survivor Series.