Becky Lynch is pulling double duty at Money in the Bank tomorrow night as she is forced to defend her SmackDown and Raw Women's Championships in separate matches for the first time. Lynch won the championships by defeating both Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey in a triple threat match at WrestleMania.
It is unknown which match will go first on Sunday night or if Lacey Evans and Charlotte will draw straws to see which woman takes on Becky first, but it leaves the champion at a distinct disadvantage since she now has to battle two women on one night, and if she is able to get past them, then whoever lifts the Money in the Bank contract could decide to cash in as well.
Lynch would never be weaker than she will be after two straight championship matches, so if she is able to retain, then it would be the perfect time for a cash-in.
Charlotte Flair lost her SmackDown Women's Championship to Becky Lynch at WrestleMania because it was put on the line in their triple threat match. Ronda Rousey was the one who was pinned, which is why Flair has been given the chance to regain the title that she never actually lost.
The daughter of Ric Flair has dominated the Women's Division ever since she was promoted to the main roster back in 2015, and a win here would make her the most decorated women's wrestler in WWE history.
Charlotte has proven that she is one of the best female wrestlers in the company at present, and has the stats to show. But can she make it count when it really matters tomorrow night?