WWE Backlash 2017: Reaction to Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch and Naomi vs. Carmella, Natalya and Tamina


What would happen in the women’s tag match at WWE Backlash?

Smackdown Live’s Women’s Champion Naomi, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte are looking to finally take down the Welcoming Committee.  Natalya, Carmella, and the returning Tamina banded together to first take out newcomer Charlotte.  When Naomi came to her aid, Becky Lynch was left in the middle.  Eventually, Lynch made her decision, thus this match at WWE Backlash.

Lynch was the first one to challenge the dominant group as an act of revenge.  Tamina seems to be the wild card considering she hasn’t competed on pay-per-view for over a year.  The Welcoming Committee has shown that they are capable of working together but that is yet to be seen from the other three.  Charlotte and Lynch have definitely had their problems in the past but look to work together against the common enemy.

Becky Lynch being the initial challenger, starts the match and the numbers game takes effect.  She is able to tag Charlotte into the match who continues her offense on Natalya.

The Welcoming Committee use the tag team strategy of frequent tags to keep Charlotte in their corner.  Carmella looks to be firmly in control until she fights out of their clutches to tag in Naomi.  Naomi turns up the tempo but it is quickly slowed by Tamina.

Naomi falls victim to the chemistry that the Welcoming Committee has built over the last month.  She fights off Tamina and goes for the tag but her teammates are pulled down by Carmella.  This leaves a battered Naomi in the clutches of the Welcoming Committee.

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The match starts to break down leaving Becky Lynch and Natayla alone in the ring.  The numbers still seem to be in the favor of Natalya.  After Tamina is taken out, Natayla locks in the sharpshooter on Becky Lynch.  Lynch tries to fight out but the toll of the match had reigned as the Welcoming Committee defeats Charlotte, Becky Lynch, and Naomi.