WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Asuka in a TLC Match.
Huge chants for Becky before she even made it to the ring.
Flair and Becky began arguing and the Champ shoved Flair. Asuka dropkicked Lynch and took the fight to Flair. Asuka nailed hip attacks on each in the corner. Lynch cut her off and shoved her into the buckles. Lynch nailed an exploder. Flair knocked her out of the ring.
Asuka and Flair each brought ladders into the ring, but Flair blasted Asuka and then kicked a table Lynch was bringing into the ring into the Champ. Flair set up the table in the corner and beat Asuka into it over and over. Behind her, Lynch set up a ladder in the center of the ring. Flair nailed her but Asuka caught her with an inverted Codebreaker.
Lynch tried to shove a ladder down on Asuka, who avoided it. They battled in the corner and Lynch was slammed off the top onto the ladder laying on the mat. Ouch. Asuka set up the ladder. She and Flair each battled the other as they tried to ascend the ladder. Asuka came underneath Flair and powerbombed her in the corner low into a table that was propped up there. Asuka started climbing but Becky hit a missile dropkick on her, knocking her off the ladder. Becky began climbing but Asuka attacked her and used a hip attack to knock her to the floor. Flair nailed Lynch with a chair on the floor.
Flair went for a moonsault to the floor on both, although the camera angle revealed she hardly hit either. Flair went for a table and set it up outside the ring. Lynch nailed her and laid waste to both challengers with the chair over and over. Flair nailed her and sent Lynch hard into the barricade, then began setting up the German announcers’ table for destruction. She slammed Asuka onto the table but Lynch nailed her in the back with a chair.
Lynch placed Flair on the table next to her, climbed a ladder and came off with an Alabama Jam legdrop. Asuka rolled out of the ring but Lynch came directly down with her full weight crashing down on Flair’s mid-section. Flair looked like she had been shot with a machine gun and officials began checking on her. The crowd chanted, “This is awesome.” Asuka rolled into the ring and tried to climb up the ladder but Lynch gave chase and met her at the top. They battled back and forth. Asuka tried reach the belt but Lynch stopped her and vice versa. Flair returned to the ring and began beating the hell out of each of them with the Singapore Cane, swinging it with full force. Flair was holding her ribs and mid-section.
Flair began climbing the ladder but saw Asuka getting back on the apron and returned to beating her to death. Lynch caught Charlotte with an exploder that had she had no business even trying to hit due to the lack of room and drove Flair into a table propped up against the barricade. Asuka began beating the holy hell out of Lynch with the cane but Charlotte speared her through the barricade into the timekeeper’s area.
Lynch returned to the ring but Flair stopped her from climbing the ladder. They went nose to nose and began slugging it out with chops and punches. Lynch sent her into the ladder face-first. Flair went to rise up to fight Lynch but was hit with a Thesz Press. They battled to the floor and began chopping and slugging each other. Flair tackled her backwards into another announcers’ table. Flair placed Lynch on a table and slapped her hard. Flair climbed up on the ropes and hit a swanton onto Lynch, smashing her through the table.
Flair made it to the top of the ladder, only to be met by the returning Asuka. They battled back and forth. It was awesome. Becky set up a ladder next to them. Asuka was knocked down to the ring. Now Lynch met her at the top and they battled. As all this was going on, out came Ronda Rousey, no music, to ringside. She got in the ring and tipped the ladder over on them and walked out, getting booed for her interference. So, she got one back on Lynch and Flaiur.
Asuka recovered and climbed to the top and retrieved the title.
Your winner and new WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion, Asuka!
They saved the best for last. This was absolutely phenomenal. Truly worth going out of your way to see.