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WWE Money in the Bank: 3 reasons why Becky Lynch should lose the SmackDown Women's title at the PPV

Seeing her underwhelming run as Becky 2 Belts, the creative team may try to take one of the titles off Becky.

Vinay Chhabaria
04 May 2019, 21:51 IST
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The Becky 2 Belts gimmick should end soon

As they say, with double the power comes double the troubles, Becky Lynch will now have to defend both her titles on the same night against two different opponents in two different matches.

She will defend her RAW Women's title versus Lacey Evans while her nemesis, Charlotte Flair, would try to regain the title that she never lost in a SmackDown Women's Championship match.

Also Read - 3 reasons why Charlotte Flair is facing Becky Lynch at Money in the Bank

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The odds are once again stacked against the Irish Lasskicker, and seeing her underwhelming run as Becky 2 Belts, the creative team may try to take one of the titles off Becky. Here are 3 reasons why the Creative team should consider booking a title change in the blue brand's match.


#3 Opens the door for a Charlotte Flair vs Bayley feud for the SmackDown Women's title

While the team of Sasha Banks and Bayley may no longer exist, one half of that team, Bayley, has impressed everyone with her performances on Tuesday nights. The Huggable One has had marvelous matches against Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch and she will definitely be one of the leading candidates to win the Money in the Bank contract.

However, WWE should rather consider pushing Bayley without the Money in the Bank contract, as she has the potential to achieve greatness even without that contract. She was the first woman to defeat Flair in a singles match on pay-per-view, and also, she is a former RAW Women's Champion.

If WWE decides to involve Bayley in the title picture, then she needs a heel at the opposite end to have a memorable rivalry. Thus, if Becky drops her title to Flair at MITB, then WWE can definitely plan a feud between Flair and Bayley.

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