A new report has suggested that “real life animosity” remains between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair ahead of Survivor Series, while the finish to their match has been “greatly debated.”
Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair’s forthcoming match is one of the most anticipated women’s contests in recent memory, if not all of WWE history.
Their storey of friendship turned competition has dominated headlines in recent weeks, enveloped in a maelstrom of rumour, innuendo, controversy, and almost constant speculation. Some have drawn comparisons between the couple’s problematic relationship and the breakdown of civility between Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart, which also occurred at Survivor Series.
A new report from Wrestle Votes notes that there is still real-life animosity between the two women, but WWE are expecting them to remain professional come show time on November 21st. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the finish of the match has been “greatly debated.”
From what I gather there is still some legitimate animosity between Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair, a feeling of disdain between them both. With that said, WWE is expecting 100% professionalism Sunday in their matchup, however I do know the finish has been greatly debated.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) November 19, 2021
On the October 22nd episode of SmackDown, tensions between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair reached a breaking point. As a result of the 2021 WWE Draft, the two women’s champions are now on the ‘wrong’ brand, and a championship exchange was expected.
The segment, on the other hand, did not go as planned. Lynch ended up throwing her championship at Flair when she dropped her belt on the floor. This resulted in a backstage altercation between the two, with The Queen being escorted out of the building.
The pair have continued to trade shots in promos and on social media in the following weeks. On the most recent episode of Monday Night Raw, Lynch promised to “beat the p*ss” out of her rival at Survivor Series.