WWE News: Natalya and Charlotte Flair will be making history at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view
What's the story?
At the upcoming Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, Charlotte Flair will be challenging Natalya for the Smackdown Women's Championship. In this regard, Twitter user Boris pointed out that the two women will be making history when they face each other this Sunday, at the Smackdown Live-exclusive event.
In case you didn't know...
Three weeks ago on Smackdown Live, Charlotte Flair defeated Tamina, Becky Lynch and Naomi in a fatal 4-way match to become the #1 contender for Natalya's Smackdown Women's Championship. Their match at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view will mark Natalya's second defence of the Championship since winning it at Summerslam.
Heart of the matter
The first bout between Charlotte Flair and Natalya for a Championship dates back to NXT Takeover, where Charlotte defeated 'The Queen of Harts' to win the vacant NXT Women's Championship.
At the WWE Roadblock pay-per-view in 2016, they again battled and this time for the WWE Divas Championship. Charlotte Flair emerged the victor and went on to defend the title at WrestleMania 32.
Their next battle for a title was at the post-WrestleMania WWE Payback event and it was for the WWE RAW Women's Championship. With the help of Ric Flair, Charlotte was once again successful in defeating Natalya.
As pointed out by Boris, the encounter between Charlotte Flair and Natalya for the Smackdown Women's Championship this Sunday will mark the first time two women face each other for four different Championships.
Natalya will be defending her WWE Smackdown Women's Championship against Charlotte Flair at this Sunday's WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. The event will be broadcasted live on the WWE Network from 8E/5P.
Charlotte Flair has been creating records and making history ever since she joined WWE. The same applies for 'The Queen of Harts' Natalya, who is the only WWE superstar to win the WWE Divas Championship as well as the Smackdown Women's Championship.
It's safe to remark that the unique feat, which they are going to achieve this Sunday, will just add up to their already glorifying careers.