After a remarkable back-and-forth duel on Raw that left the WWE Universe breathless and resulted in a new torchbearer for the Women’s division, WWE Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and Charlotte are set to do it all over again when they face off in a title rematch at SummerSlam.

This time, however, Dana Brooke will not be at ringside at all to lend moral (or physical) support to Charlotte. Thanks to Sasha’s win over Dana on the Aug. 8 Raw, Charlotte’s powerhouse pal will be barred from ringside during SummerSlam’s WWE Women’s Title Match.

The Boss was forced to use a more creative strategy for getting Dana ejected from ringside mid-match on July 25, the night she captured the WWE Women’s Title from Charlotte.

That astounding bout saw both women pull out all the stops, from Charlotte executing a moonsault to the floor, to Sasha stealing a page from her idol, Eddie Guerrero, to remove Dana from the proceedings. In an emotional post-match interview, Sasha fought back tears as she proudly claimed to be the one and only Boss in WWE.

This Sunday: WWE Women's Champion Sasha Banks defends against Charlotte at SummerSlam

The revolution continues at SummerSlam, where The Boss defends her newly won WWE Women's Title against former champion Charlotte. Watch the action live on WWE Network this Sunday at 7 ET/4 PT.

Adversaries since their days in NXT, Sasha and Charlotte have steadily pushed each other’s boundaries with pioneering matches that have redefined the Women’s division. At SummerSlam, however, Charlotte will find herself in the unfamiliar position of challenger. Will the self-proclaimed “Genetically Superior Athlete” — the daughter of “The Dirtiest Player in the Game” Ric Flair — resort to extremes to regain her title, especially now that she knows Dana will not be by her side? What would it take for Charlotte to separate Sasha from the treasured prize she’s fought her entire life to achieve?

Watch the revolutionaries tie up at SummerSlam, airing live on the award-winning WWE Network on Sunday, Aug. 21, at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT.

After a remarkable back-and-forth duel on Raw that left the WWE Universe breathless and resulted in a new torchbearer for the Women’s division, WWE Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and Charlotte are set to do it all over again when they face off in a title rematch at SummerSlam.

This time, however, Dana Brooke will not be at ringside at all to lend moral (or physical) support to Charlotte. Thanks to Sasha’s win over Dana on the Aug. 8 Raw, Charlotte’s powerhouse pal will be barred from ringside during SummerSlam’s WWE Women’s Title Match.

The Boss was forced to use a more creative strategy for getting Dana ejected from ringside mid-match on July 25, the night she captured the WWE Women’s Title from Charlotte.

That astounding bout saw both women pull out all the stops, from Charlotte executing a moonsault to the floor, to Sasha stealing a page from her idol, Eddie Guerrero, to remove Dana from the proceedings. In an emotional post-match interview, Sasha fought back tears as she proudly claimed to be the one and only Boss in WWE.

This Sunday: WWE Women's Champion Sasha Banks defends against Charlotte at SummerSlam

The revolution continues at SummerSlam, where The Boss defends her newly won WWE Women's Title against former champion Charlotte. Watch the action live on WWE Network this Sunday at 7 ET/4 PT.

Adversaries since their days in NXT, Sasha and Charlotte have steadily pushed each other’s boundaries with pioneering matches that have redefined the Women’s division. At SummerSlam, however, Charlotte will find herself in the unfamiliar position of challenger. Will the self-proclaimed “Genetically Superior Athlete” — the daughter of “The Dirtiest Player in the Game” Ric Flair — resort to extremes to regain her title, especially now that she knows Dana will not be by her side? What would it take for Charlotte to separate Sasha from the treasured prize she’s fought her entire life to achieve?

Watch the revolutionaries tie up at SummerSlam, airing live on the award-winning WWE Network on Sunday, Aug. 21, at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT.