2018/08/03   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

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.

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2018/06/19   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

Charlotte Flair will be featured in BODY10 – the 10th Anniversary of ESPN The Magazine’s “Body Issue.” Available on Friday, June 29, Charlotte will join other athletes in celebration of the athletic form.

Joining the former six-time Women’s Champion featured in BODY10 are Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon, the New York Giants’ Saquon Barkley, Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, the Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird, the Houston Astros’ Dallas Keuchel and more.

Don’t miss out on the ESPN The Magazine’s BODY10, gallery available online Monday, June 25 on ESPN.com. The issue will be available on newsstands on Friday, June 29.

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2018/05/09   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

WWE.COM DIGITALS | TELEVISION CAPTURES

Billie Kay says she is so sorry for Charlotte’s loss but she has some positive news. They say that she is an inspiration. Billie says her uncle Craig watched her match and he had a stutter. After seeing the look on Charlotte’s face when she lost, it really . . . set him into hysterics. He was laughing for an hour straight with tears streaming down his face. He fell off the couch. It cured his stutter. Billie thanks Charlotte for that.

Billie wants to bottle that look and make it a fragrance. She will call it ‘Dissapointment . . . By Charlotte”

Peyton tries to do a Charlotte imitation.

Peyton will have to make her have that look again.

Match Number Two: Peyton Royce (with Billie Kay) versus Charlotte Flair in a Money in the Bank Qualifying Match

They lock up and Charlotte backs Peyton into the corner and gives a clean break. Peyton misses a forearm and Charlotte with a few waist lock take downs. Peyton with an elbow to the head and Charlotte blocks a kick and chops Peyton. Charlotte with a fallaway slam.

Charlotte sends Peyton to the floor as we go to commercial.

We are back and Charlotte is on the floor. Peyton brings Charlotte back into the ring and applies a reverse chin lock. Charlotte with a jaw breaker. Peyton sends Charlotte into the turnbuckle and gets a near fall. Peyton with forearms and she sends Charlotte into the turnbuckles. Peyton chokes Charlotte in the corner. Peyton stretches Charlotte in the ropes and then connects with a knee to the midsection.

Peyton with elbows to the collarbone and then she applies a reverse chin lock. Peyton with a knee to the midsection but Charlotte with a kick and neck breaker. Charlotte with forearms to Peyton as she blocks shots from Peyton. Peyton with a knee but Charlotte with an Irish whip and chops. Charlotte struts and then she chops Peyton again. Charlotte misses a boot but Peyton misses a spinning back heel kick. Charlotte with a belly-to-back suplex. Peyton goes to the floor and Charlotte with a pescado that hits Billie. Peyton with a neck breaker on the floor.

They return to the ring and Peyton gets a near fall. Charlotte pushes Peyton away and connects with an elbow. Billie drops Charlotte on the ropes when Peyton distracts the referee. Peyton gets a near fall. Charlotte with a rollup for a near fall. Peyton misses a spin kick in the corner. Charlotte with a boot to Peyton. Charlotte goes up top for a moosault and lands on Peyton’s knees. Peyton with an inside cradle for a near fall. Peyton with a knee for a near fall.

Peyton sets for a suplex but Charlotte escapes and hits a spear for a near fall. Charlotte goes for the figure four but Peyton with a rollup. Charlotte with a rollup and then she applies the figure four and bridges to force Peyton to tap out.

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2018/04/25   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

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We are back and the ring is ready for the contract signing for the Women’s Title match at Backlash.

Renee Young is in the ring with the contract.

She brings the Smackdown Women’s Champion to the ring first as Carmella enters the ring.

Carmella takes the mic before Renee can bring out Charlotte Flair. Carmella says it is not happening. Carmella calls Renee disrespectful. Speaking of disrespectful, She wants to know in what world do you introduce the champion before the challenger. This is not Charlotte’s kingdom any more, this is hers. Carmella says she has something to address. Carmella says she is your champion and she is YOUR champion. No one will know what it is like to be a champion like her. Last week, she gave the WWE Universe a MelaBration. She played a fabulous highlight reel of her accomplishments, but when it was over, no one gave her a standing ovation.

That highlight reel was a masterpiece. Since she is the champion, she gets to make the rules and she will show that same highlight reel but when it is over, you will be giving her the ovation that she deserves. You will stand up and cheer for Mela.

She did not appreciate the response from the crowd so we are going to see the video again and you will give the proper response or we will continue to watch it.

Charlotte interrupts the video and makes her way to the ring. Charlotte sits down at the table while Carmella wooos and dances around.

Renee tells Carmella to act like a professional and take her seat.

Renee asks for them to sign the contract to make it official.

Charlotte signs the contract and she wooos. Carmella holds up the title belt and Charlotte slams Carmella’s face into the table and pushes it onto Carmella.

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