New champion set to be crowned at WWE TLC PPV | Sportsmonks

New champion set to be crowned at WWE TLC PPV

WWE SmackDown Live Women’s champion Becky Lynch could be dropping her title in the first-ever women’s Tables, Ladders and Chairs match in which she will be a part of a triple-threat match that also involves her former best friend, Charlotte Flair, and Asuka.

According to Bryan Alvarez on the latest edition of The Wrestling Observer, it’s likely that Asuka could be walking out of TLC with the Women’s Championship. The main reason behind this move is that it will free Becky to battle Rousey for the Raw Women’s Championship at WrestleMania. He also added that both Becky and Charlotte could be in the Royal Rumble to face Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania and there are also chances that the grandest stage of all could see both Ronda and Charlotte take on Ronda.

“It makes me wonder if maybe the reason she’s in there is to win because of course, you know how they do things. Nobody’s gonna expect it. Everybody expects either Becky Lynch or Charlotte to walk out with the title but — they could very easily do the deal where they’re both in the Royal Rumble. They’re both trying to win the Rumble to get their hands on Ronda Rousey, and if they’re both going to be in the Rumble, then somebody else should be the champion. So there’s a very good chance Asuka will walk out as champion. I guess we’ll find out.” he said.

Last week on SmackDown Live, General Manager Paige announced a rematch for the title between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair in a TLC match before the women roster walked out and expressed their displeasure over how Charlotte keeps getting title chances. This led Paige announcing a Battle Royal to determine the third and final competitor of the triple threat match.

On the virtue of eliminating Sonya Deville, the Empress of Tomorrow won the Battle Royal and booked her place in the historic match that will take place at the SAP Center in San Jose, California on December 16, 2018. If Asuka wins the title, it will be a much-needed push for her as she has been in the mid-card ever since her loss to Charlotte at WrestleMania this year.

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