WWE News: Becky Lynch qualifies for Money in the Bank Ladder Match
What's the story?
On the most recent episode of SmackDown Live, former SmackDown Champion Becky Lynch triumphed over Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville to qualify for the Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
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Becky Lynch joins Charlotte Flair, Ember Moon and Alexa Bliss in the Women's Money in the Bank Ladder match, for the opportunity to win a contract allowing the holder to challenge for the title at any time.
The heart of the matter
In a surprising turn of events, SmackDown Live General Manager and former leader of Absolution, Paige pitted Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville against each other in a triple threat match between the two and Becky Lynch.
The match was a mixture of good story-telling as well as some interesting technical display, as Becky Lynch defeated the two good friends. However, one of the highlights of the match was what could be an apparent falling out between Rose and Deville.
Both superstars decided to team up in the beginning and took the fight to the Irish Lass Kicker, however, Mandy Rose had her own plans and the two began an unwanted fight, which gave Becky Lynch the upper hand.
A misplaced kick to Sonya Deville from Mandy Rose allowed Becky Lynch to put Rose into the armbar while the latter was confused. Mandy had no choice but to tap.
As things stand, Becky Lynch will be competing for a chance at a contract which will guarantee her a match against the SmackDown Women's Champion Carmella for the title at any place and at any time.
Meanwhile, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville may have to figure out how their friendship could affect the progress of their respective careers.
Putting Becky Lynch into the ladder match with Charlotte Flair, Ember Moon and Alexa Bliss seems like a great decision by the WWE as it allows for a more competitive, technical and captivating ladder match. This decision also allows the WWE creative team to explore the possibility of a storyline and feud between Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville.