If the formula works, go with it. Tonight on Smackdown Live, it was announced that Charlotte Flair will challenge Becky Lynch for the Smackdown Live Women’s Championship at the 2019 Money in the Bank pay-per-view.

This was put into place, after Flair defeated Bayley in a No. 1 contender’s match. You can see a clip from that match below:

The Man will also be defending the Raw Women’s Championship on the same night against Lacey Evans.

From WWE.com:

A mere 24 hours after Becky Lynch agreed to defend her Raw Women’s Title against Lacey Evans at WWE Money in the Bank, The Man decided she will also put her SmackDown Women’s Championship on the line against Charlotte Flair on the same night!

For the first time since battling Ronda Rousey and Charlotte at WrestleMania in a Triple Threat Winner Take All Match, Lynch came face to face with The Queen on SmackDown LIVE. As soon as they turned their attention toward facing off in another title bout, Bayley – who joined the blue brand via the Superstar Shake-up – emerged to issue her own challenge for the gold.

Charlotte and The Huggable One reignited their rivalry by facing off in an impromptu, seesaw collision to determine who would challenge The Irish Lass Kicker for the SmackDown Women’s Title, and The Queen narrowly defeated her longtime nemesis.

Editor’s Thoughts:

I can already hear everyone complaining about how we’re getting the same matches over and over again and that no one is getting opportunities. Yet, every time that the two of them compete against each other, it ends up being magical. I fail to see how this will be any different.

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