4 double standards showed by WWE on the latest episode of RAW (11th February 2019)
WWE is infamous for its lack of consistency. One day, it will tell one thing and on the next day - boom - the rules are different. Even in the new era, things are no different. WWE is still telling one thing and doing the polar opposite. For starters, even after iterating that they value full-time wrestlers, Brock Lesnar has been the Universal Champion for the better part of the past two years.
On the latest episode of Raw, WWE replaced Becky Lynch with Charlotte Flair for the WrestleMania main event for Ronda Rousey's Raw Women's Championship. However, it came at a cost. WWE broke some of it's own words on the path of replacing The Man with The Queen. In this thread, we will take a look at a few of such hypocrisies shown by WWE on the latest episode of Raw.
Disclaimer: The author is fully aware that WWE is scripted. However, there have been various inconsistencies associated with certain booking decisions. This thread is only for the purpose of highlighting them to the audiences.
#4 No more free opportunity
When Seth Rollins asked Triple H to give him an Intercontinental Championship match against Dean Ambrose, The Game replied that in the new era of WWE, no one would get an automatic rematch or no one would be handed anything. However, WWE heeded no ears to the King of Kings' promo today.
After Becky Lynch apologized to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon for hitting them, Triple H assured Becky that she could challenge Rousey at WrestleMania 35. While Lynch was face to face with Rousey, Vince McMahon made an abrupt entrance and suspended Becky. The whole scene became most absurd when he declared Charlotte Flair as the replacement for Becky. Flair has done nothing that warrants her a title match against Ronda Rousey, yet was given a free pass.