WWE Superstar “Mad Enough To Fight” Charlotte Flair After Belt Exchange

Charlotte Flair makes her way to the ring

Following the belt exchange debacle between Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch on WWE SmackDown, Sonya Deville, who was part of the segment, was reportedly “mad enough to fight” Flair.

During the recent WWE Draft, both SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair were traded to the opposite brands. Once the draft results came into effect following Crown Jewel on October 21st, it was decided that the two champions would simply swap belts to match their new brands.

On the latest episode of SmackDown, a special ceremony was held to do just that, however, it was anything but simple. things started going downhill when Flair dropped the Raw title instead of handing it to Lynch as planned, this then led to Lynch throwing the SmackDown belt at Flair as Sonya Deville looked on.

Things got back on track when Sasha Banks made her entrance to interrupt proceeding and declare that she ran the blue brand and wouldn’t allow Flair to take over SmackDown.

According to a report by PWInsider, the segment didn’t go as planned, leading to the scenes shown on TV. This led to a heated argument between Flair and Lynch once they went backstage.

The report stated that Becky Lynch confronted Flair, thinking she was “trying to make her look bad” during the segment. There were loud words between the pair, but things didn’t become physical.

Alex McCarthy of talkSPORT added that there have been tensions between ‘Big Time Becks’ and ‘The Queen’ for a while, going back to a promo where Lynch claimed Flair was “plastic” a couple of years back.

It was also reported that WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was not pleased with Charlotte for walking away from Gorilla Position without discussing the incident with him.

PWInsider has now provided a further update provided a new update centring on the third person in the segment, Sonya Deville, who they have been told by two different sources was “mad enough to want to fight Flair.”

It also gave more information on the argument between Lynch and Flair which is said to have happened in front of Vince McMahon and Executive Director Bruce Prichard. Reportedly, Flair has been blamed for the situation, and it follows other incidents, including the altercation in the ring with Nia Jax a few weeks ago, that have caught people’s attention.

The report confirmed that Charlotte Flair was escorted from the building by WWE officials with sources close to Flair saying that it was a “sign of disrespect” since her family has long been associated with the promotion.