Rhea Ripley Defeats Noami
WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion, Naomi faces off with former champion, Rhea Ripley. Before the match, Sasha Banks gives her partner a quick pep talk and pointers on facing Ripley. Suddenly, they were interrupted by Ripley and her partner Liv Morgan.
Morgan accompanied her partner, making sure Ripley looked good for the match. It seems to help Ripley, as she gains the win for her team. The duo has yet another opportunity, as they face off with Banks and Naomi for their championships on Monday.
Lacey Evans Is A True American
Lacey Evans gave us another promo, detailing her life growing up. She mentions her father and the fight to survive. Evans sent a message of inspiration and a warning to anyone that tries to get in her way.
Raquel Meets Nattie
Natalya spoke with Shayna Baszler to express her thoughts on the message from Evans. She does not seem too impressed by her or newbie Raquel Rodriguez. In addition, the handshake between the two after their official greeting looks quite suspicious.
Who Will Say “I Quit” At WrestleMania Backlash?
Nevertheless, Charlotte Flair demanded answers on the approval of the “I Quit” match. Unfortunately, she was interrupted by the new interviewee, Drew Gulak. She gave him an opportunity to interview her in the ring.
He went on to discuss her match at WrestleMania, bringing up the fact that she indeed tapped to Rousey. However, she makes it aware to him and everyone else that she was in fact only fixing her bra strap and not tapping.
To no surprise, Flair reminded him that she is the champion and begins to turn her attention to him. She presents a question of her own, calling him a quitter while diminishing his new role.
As he leaves the ring, she attacks him and teaches him a lesson of her own. It all ends with Gulak tapping out while uttering “I Quit,” further proving that Flair will do anything to display her dominance over WWE.
All in all, Flair will once again defend her championship against Ronda Rousey at WWE WrestleMania Backlash. Be sure to check out our coverage of this match and all the matches to come.