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Sasha Banks def. Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch via Disqualification

Sasha Banks def. Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch via Disqualification

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In one sense, Sasha Banks will get what she wanted: The WWE Universe will definitely be talking about her in the wake of WWE Clash of Champions. Unfortunately for The Boss, they won’t be talking about her as the Raw Women’s Champion. Banks may have defeated Becky Lynch, but she did so via disqualification when Becky swung a steel chair at Sasha and ended up connecting with the ref instead. The errant strike ended the match but kicked off one of the wildest brawls that the WWE’s Women’s division has ever seen.

Before The Man decided to wild out with the chair, the match had been a war of attrition befitting a rivalry that has raged for several weeks. After trading endless strikes, Becky was left in disbelief at Banks’ resistance, and Sasha screamed in frustration that Lynch refused to stay down. The chair came into play thanks to an Eddie Guerrero homage by Banks that only netted her a two-count but ended with Lynch laying out the ref to net a disqualification.

Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks trade blows: Clash of Champions 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Man and The Boss exchange stinging haymakers during an epic battle for the Raw Women’s Championship.

Despite the match being over, Lynch and Banks brawled their way up the steps, through the concourse and back again. The Man racked up damage against The Boss with a Dis-arm-her through the railing of a staircase  as well as some humiliation by dumping mustard down the challenger’s back during their trip through the concourse. When the pair finally made it back to the ring, Lynch connected with several savage chair swings on Banks and threaded her arm through the chair for yet another Dis-arm-her before a crew of officials finally intervened and the match result was announced.

The Man seemed somewhat unphased by the result. Thanks to titleholder’s advantage, she’s still the champ. And she reminded Sasha Banks why. Unlike The Boss, she got everything she wanted, and she looked like it, too.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In one sense, Sasha Banks will get what she wanted: The WWE Universe will definitely be talking about her in the wake of WWE Clash of Champions. Unfortunately for The Boss, they won’t be talking about her as the Raw Women’s Champion. Banks may have defeated Becky Lynch, but she did so via disqualification when Becky swung a steel chair at Sasha and ended up connecting with the ref instead. The errant strike ended the match but kicked off one of the wildest brawls that the WWE’s Women’s division has ever seen.

Before The Man decided to wild out with the chair, the match had been a war of attrition befitting a rivalry that has raged for several weeks. After trading endless strikes, Becky was left in disbelief at Banks’ resistance, and Sasha screamed in frustration that Lynch refused to stay down. The chair came into play thanks to an Eddie Guerrero homage by Banks that only netted her a two-count but ended with Lynch laying out the ref to net a disqualification.

Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks trade blows: Clash of Champions 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Man and The Boss exchange stinging haymakers during an epic battle for the Raw Women’s Championship.

Despite the match being over, Lynch and Banks brawled their way up the steps, through the concourse and back again. The Man racked up damage against The Boss with a Dis-arm-her through the railing of a staircase  as well as some humiliation by dumping mustard down the challenger’s back during their trip through the concourse. When the pair finally made it back to the ring, Lynch connected with several savage chair swings on Banks and threaded her arm through the chair for yet another Dis-arm-her before a crew of officials finally intervened and the match result was announced.

The Man seemed somewhat unphased by the result. Thanks to titleholder’s advantage, she’s still the champ. And she reminded Sasha Banks why. Unlike The Boss, she got everything she wanted, and she looked like it, too.