#1 Contender’s Match: Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch: Since Monday’s match ended in a double pin, this is our rematch to crown a #1 contender. They both looked for early pins using a lock up and takedown as well as other basic things, which usually wouldn’t be done for a pin, but it showed that both wanted to win quickly and not allow any controversy like what happened on Raw. They worked a nice pace, going back and forth, and then at about three-minutes in Charlotte and Ric Flair arrived. We then went to the commercial break. After the break, Banks was in control of things. This really felt as if it dropped as far as the energy went. Lynch made her comeback, and that helped things but I felt the early portion had a better vibe overall. Lynch started to put some stuff together, but Banks avoided a leg drop and hit a running meteora for a near fall. Banks was then able to secure the Banks statement, but Lynch got the ropes. She then hit a series of running knee charges in the corner, again getting a near fall. It started to pick as the action got more intense, and they worked some nice near falls. They then went to the floor and clotheslined each other, Ric Flair danced and Wooooo’d at them, and then Charlotte attacked for the non-finish.
– Renee caught up with Charlotte, who ran down Sasha and Becky. Charlotte started to run down Renee for not having the scoop, and it was then Renee informed her that she had to face Sasha and Becky in a triple threat match at Mania. And there you go.