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  2018/08/08
Smackdown Live Results-August 7th,2018
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WWE.COM DIGITALS | TELEVISION CAPTURES

– Becky Lynch is backstage when Charlotte Flair walks up. There’s some tension there but Flair says she wasn’t trying to steal Becky’s thunder last week. Becky says it puts her in a bad position because she wanted to be happy for Flair but she wanted Carmella alone at SummerSlam. They get on the same page for tonight’s match against The IIconics and take a shot at Sasha Banks & Bayley, The Boss & Hug Connection.

The IIconics vs. Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch

Back from the break and out comes Becky Lynch as Carmella looks on from commentary. Charlotte Flair is out next. Out next comes The IIconics, Billie Kay and Peyton Royce. They cut promos on the way to the ring, taking shots at their opponents and the city of Orlando.

The bell rings and Billie starts off with Becky. They go at it and Becky takes control. Flair tags in for a quick double team and unloads with chops. Becky tags back in for a few double team moves, also sending Peyton to the floor as she comes in. Becky goes for the Dis-Arm-Her on Billie but she scrambles to the floor thanks to Royce. Flair tags back in and launches herself over the top rope, taking out both opponents on the floor. Flair stands tall as Becky poses in the corner. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Flair works over Billie. They collide in the middle of the ring and both go down as Carmella rolls her eyes at the announce table. Peyton tags in as does Becky. Becky gets the upperhand and a pop. Becky with a kick to the gut and an uppercut. Becky with the Bexploder suplex. Becky goes to the top and hits a flying forearm for a close 2 count.

Becky goes for the Dis-Arm-Her but Billie breaks it with a boot. Flair tags in and drops Billie. Flair goes to the top and hits a moonsault, taking down both opponents with it. Flair applies the Figure Four and then the Figure Eight on Peyton for the submission win.

Winners: Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch

– After the match, Flair and Lynch stand tall as Flair’s music hits. They celebrate together as Carmella stands on top of the announce table and raises her title, running her mouth with her SummerSlam opponents.

– Back from the break and we see Charlotte & Becky backstage discussing their win. The Triple Threat at SummerSlam comes up and they agree to be great against each other after being great together tonight. The tension returns as they look at each other and do their “tea time” handshake to end the segment.

 
  2018/08/03
Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch seek Carmella’s SmackDown Wome...
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Mella is Money. Becky Lynch is on a streak hotter than straight fire. And now Charlotte Flair is back with the natural focus of a champion. Which of the three elite Superstars will walk away from their SummerSlam Triple Threat Match with the SmackDown Women’s Title?

Lynch, the first-ever SmackDown Women’s Champion, has been chasing the title for almost two years, often coming up just short despite an overwhelming amount of grassroots support from the WWE Universe. The ever-resilient Becky Balboa has recently found new, amassing a 5-0 streak that culminated in a victory over The Princess of Staten Island — the very defeat that earned her the title match. However, the championship bout was destined to become more complicated with the reemergence of The Queen.

Flair turned the established title match upside-down after returning to SmackDown LIVE to help Becky fend off Carmella’s sneak-attack and overcoming the titleholder in the show’s main event. The Queen’s win transformed the SummerSlam championship showdown into a Triple Threat Match. Having the six-time Women’s Champion in the contest will undoubtably change the dynamic. As fearless as she is athletic, Charlotte she is one of many Superstars responsible for the Women’s Evolution, from being the longest-reigning SmackDown Women’s Champion to competing in the first-ever Women’s Hell in a Cell Match against Sasha Banks. After having her title stolen from her via Carmella’s cash-in, she will enter The Biggest Event of the Summer with a score to settle with The Princess of Staten Island.

The Queen and The Irish Lass Kicker would be wise not to underestimate a competitor like the arguably underrated titleholder. Like her of loathe her, Carmella knows how to win when it counts. She has played every technicality and loophole in the book to her advantage, using a Money in the Bank cash-in to dethrone Flair, taking advantage of an injury to win the rematch and wrangling James Ellsworth back from exile to survive two challenges from Asuka. Though her chinless accomplice has since been fired for a second time, Mella has shown that she has pretty of tricks up her sleeve and will definitely not go quietly into that good night.

Tune in to find out who will leave Brooklyn as the SmackDown Women’s Champion when SummerSlam streams live on the award-winning WWE Network Sunday, Aug. 19, at 7 ET/4 PT.

 
  2018/08/01
Smackdown Live Results-July 31st,2018
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Renee Young is in the ring and she brings out the woman who will face the Smackdown Women’s Champion at SummerSlam, Becky Lynch.

Renee asks Becky how does it feel to be back in the title picture. Becky says that when you wait so long, you doubt it may happen. She says she has fought hard to get here. She says she has not been the champion since 2016. She has not had a title match since Wrestlemania 33. She has not been able to sleep because she is thinking about being the Women’s Champion again. Becky says it is the excitement and pressure knowing you have a target on your back. Becky says she was not born to be a champion, she fought to be a champion. She says it will be honored to walk into Evolution as the Smackdown Women’s Champion.

Carmella makes her way to the ring. She says it is not what Becky thinks. Normally she would make some excuse for why she lost last week. That is not the case. Last week, you beat me fair and square and earned your opportunity at SummerSlam. Carmella says she did not think about the importance of Stephanie’s announcement. Carmella says they are going to be part of the first women’s pay per view. They are not representing Smackdown or Raw, they are representing every woman who has ever been in the ring. Carmella says she felt like she failed. Carmella says she has been jealous because Becky was always ahead of her.

Carmella says she was always told she would only be a manager but you were there to give her advice. Then you go on to WWE and you are the first woman drafted to Smackdown. Carmella reminds everyone was the last pick. Becky was the centerpiece while Carmella was an afterthought. Everyone has always loved Becky. Carmella starts to tear up and she says that people do not think she should be the champion. She tries so hard to block out the haters who say that she sucks and is unworthy of the title. People say that she should just go away. She says she has to put on a brave face and act like she belongs here. She is looking forward to tearing the house down.

She wishes Becky good luck and she offers her hand.

James Ellsworth’s music plays and Carmella hits Becky from behind and then she gets a chair.

Charlotte Flair comes out and hits an Exploder on Carmella.

Charlotte is in the back and she is welcomed back by Renee and then she is asked about being added to the title match at SummerSlam. Charlotte says she was here to support Becky and she did not expect to have a chance to get into a title match at SummerSlam. Charlotte says the Queen is back and she is ready to reclaim her throne.

Match Number Three: Charlotte Flair versus Carmella in a Non Title Match but if Charlotte wins the Smackdown Women’s Title Match at SummerSlam will be a Triple Threat Match with Charlotte Added Match

They lock up and Charlotte backs Carmella into the corner. Charlotte misses a chop and Carmella moonwalks. We see Becky watching in the back. They lock up again and Carmella with a side head lock. Charlotte sets for the figure four leg lock but Carmella escapes. They lock up and Charlotte with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Charlotte with a rollup for a near fall. Charlotte with a fallaway slam and Carmella goes to the floor. Charlotte with a pescado but she misses and lands awkwardly on the floor. Carmella sends Charlotte into the ringside barrier as we go to commercial.

We are back and Charlotte with a double sledge off the turnbuckles followed by a series of chops. Charlotte avoids a clothesline and hits a belly-to-back suplex. Charlotte walks across Carmella and goes up top for a moonsault but Carmella gets her boots up and hits Charlotte in the face. Carmella sends Charlotte to the floor. The referee starts his count. Charlotte gets on the apron and Carmella kicks her off. Carmella goes to the floor. Both women miss kicks and Carmella with a head scissors into the ringside barrier. Carmella sends Charlotte into Yeatonville and then Carmella returns to the ring.

The referee starts his count. Charlotte gets back into the ring but Carmella with forearms and she gets a near fall. Becky is still watching in the back as Carmella applies a reverse chin lock. Charlotte backs Carmella into the turnbuckles to get out of the hold. Carmella sends Charlotte into the turnbuckles a few times. Carmella with a kick but Charlotte bounces off the ropes with a boot to the chest for a near fall.

Charlotte with a rollup for a near fall and then she goes for the figure four leg lock but Carmella gets to the floor. Charlotte kicks Carmella and then she goes to the ringside barrier for a moonsault. They return to the ring. Charlotte with Natural Selection for a near fall. Charlotte sets for a spear but Carmella with a kick. Charlotte goes for a figure four leg lock and Carmella with an inside cradle for a near fall. Carmella with a kick and she can only get a near fall.

Carmella sets for a figure four leg lock but Charlotte rolls through and applies the figure four and bridges. Carmella taps out.

Winner: Charlotte Flair

After the match, we see Becky not happy at the result of the match.

 
  2018/06/25
ESPN 2018 Body Issue Interview
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This is an online exclusive story from ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue 2018.

Despite her family history, Ashley Fliehr — aka Charlotte Flair — never expected to be a wrestler. She spent her early years as a volleyball player and gymnast, following in her father’s footsteps only after she attended an event with her dad, wrestling legend Ric Flair, and a WWE executive asked her why she wasn’t participating. Seven championships later, Flair is a SmackDown Superstar. After her recent Body Issue photo shoot, ESPN caught up with Flair to talk about the challenges that face female wrestlers and what it’s like to be WWE royalty.

I wish I was more like my character. In character, I am the queen. I am strong. I am confident, sometimes cocky. I’m hard to beat. Out of character, I am a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a best friend and just the girl next door that likes Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.

When I first started in the WWE, I had a really hard time because I didn’t look the part. I had the athleticism, but I didn’t have the extra swag and the glam — what my character Charlotte has become today. But when I’m in that ring, I want the audience and little girls and children and adults to see me as the athlete I am, not just a tall blonde that’s a WWE Superstar. No. I am all athlete, and that’s important, that my looks have nothing to do with what I do in the WWE.

I idolize my dad because he was such a hard worker. Yes, he has a larger-than-life character, and he is Ric Flair inside the ring and outside of the ring. But growing up, he was just Dad to me. He wouldn’t let me leave the table unless I finished my spaghetti.

I do want to carry on my dad’s legacy, but I also want to carve out my own path. I have to work harder, I think, just because I do have that last name. I don’t want people to think that’s why I am where I am in this industry. I put in the time, and I want to be just as good as my dad was.

The most challenging thing that female wrestlers face is time. Getting those segments on Raw, getting one, two, three, four segments on SmackDown, main-eventing a pay-per-view, being considered a face of the division. … And I have said it since day one, I want to be an attraction for the company. I want to be a Roman Reigns; I want to be a John Cena. And right now the women are stealing the show and working harder than we ever have. We have had a lot of firsts, and I think we’re on the right path.

For me, training is more mental. It’s envisioning the match — seeing the story play out in my mind and how it should play out in the ring. Unless it’s a really big event and you want to do something super high risk, that’s the only way to really train. Because we have four live events a week, and that’s where you get in the most practice, those matches in front of live audiences where it’s not televised. In WrestleMania, I just wrestled Asuka, and I actually came here to the WWE Performance Center and worked on a high-risk move off the top with her. We did it a couple of times in the crash pad. But once you get to the main roster, you should be polished. You should know your moves.

With injuries, every match varies. The black eyes are accidents. The broken noses are accidents. But the bumps from when we land on the mat, they’re hard. I think it looks easier, or the fans don’t really understand what’s happening, but it does take a toll. Every week I have some kind of mark on me. And that goes for all the girls. I think that’s what separates us from other people, we’re always walking around with our battle scars, and we’re proud of them.

 
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