Becky Lynch received another chance to get into the Raw Women’s Championship Match at Hell in a Cell. She faced Asuka in the main event on this week’s Raw and if she defeated her she would be added to the match – making it a Triple Threat.
Lynch would do just that.
The final moments of the match had Lynch going for the Disarmher but Asuka counters with a kick which causes Lynch to go out of the ring. With the champion Bianca Belair sitting at ringside, Asuka would inadvertently kick her which sent the champ crashing down to the floor. As the two competitors get back in the ring, Lynch quickly caught Asuka off guard and pinned her for the victory.
There is no word at this time if the match will take place inside the Hell in a Cell.
Other results from this week include –
- Rhea Ripley & Damian Priest defeated Liv Morgan & Aj Styles
- Alexa Bliss defeated Nikki A.S.H. w/Doudrop
The mixed-tag team match was a numbers advantage as Edge was at ringside but Finn Balor was not. Prior to the match, The Judgment Day spoke about more talent joining them. The result came down to Ripley and Morgan. Morgan went for ObLIVion but Edge was there to catch her in the ropes. Ripley stacked her up to get the victory.
Post-match, all three members continued the attack on both Morgan and Styles.
Former Women’s Tag Team Champions and partners went head to head as Alexa Bliss went against Nikki A.S.H. With Doudrop at ringside, she tried to get Nikki’s head in the game to get a win. Despite getting in a fair amount of offense, Nikki continued on her losing streak as Bliss hit Twisted Bliss to pick up her third win in a row since returning.
Prior to the match, Bliss spoke backstage stating that Sonya Deville could possibly use some therapy. Bliss defeated Deville two weeks in a row.
As for the Women’s Tag Team Championships, it was mentioned once again that Sasha Banks and Naomi were suspended and that new champions will be crowned from a tournament. Nothing further has been confirmed.
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