Oct 24, 2021 at 07:26
Superstar Charlotte flair has been in the spotlight of fans following a subsequent controversy to the segment she starred in with Becky Lynch on last Friday Night SmackDown. Several sources close to WWE point to a creative disagreement with “The Queen” That led to her having a real backstage altercation after a tense title swap segment in front of the cameras.
One of the most mentioned moments of this infamous moment occurred when Charlotte Flair dropped the RAW Women’s Championship at the same time that Becky tried to remove it. The news portals assured that “The Queen” had to deliver this title so that Becky had a brief moment with both belts. Rumors that this segment did not go as expected in production took more realism with the recent rerun of Friday Night SmackDown on FOX.
The show originally broadcast on FS1 received an “extended” version for the cable channel that aired in the same time frame as AEW Dynamite. Fans who witnessed this version of the show noticed a cutout in the scene between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. WWE removed the moment “The Queen” drops the RAW title, leading to believe that Charlotte simply gave the belt to Sonya Deville before Becky threw the SmackDown to the superstar who will wear it from next Friday.
PW Insider was very clear in stating that Charlotte Flair had an altercation within the Gorilla Position which involved Vince McMahon. “The Queen” was forced to leave the Intrust Bank Arena, venue where SmackDown was held, to avoid a possible crossover with Becky Lynch. Secondly, Charlotte’s subsequent altercation with Sasha Banks was affected in the eyes of the producers for the overexposure that the first took during the segment. We are expected to know more details related to this situation in the next few hours.
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WWE cuts segment between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair from SmackDown replay