Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch are two talented and future WWE Hall of Famers. The two started in NXT and continued the rivalry on the main roster. Time changed, and Flair started getting called ‘The Queen,’ while Lynch got the nickname ‘The Man.’ WWE decided to run them against each other, but to add to the suspense, Ronda Rousey joined the fray and the trio main-event WrestleMania 35. While that was a triple threat, these two have found tooth and nail on weekly and pay-per-view television. Vince and Co. plan on picking them against each other, but is it a good idea?
Vince likes to re-hash the same superstars with a rematch, after rematch after until eternity rematch. WWE Universe understands that the company wants to fill the fans in with the same faces over and over again until they start complaining. Auto-correct is a feature for the phones, but it looks like WWE doesn’t want to have any of it. The fans understand that not only do they want to re-hash a storyline, they also don’t have anyone in the division that can take their place or be their rightful opponents.
Sadly, the WWE wants to pull up two superstars over and over until the fans come clavering about them. This decision to make them face each other repeatedly is why the WWE Universe divided over John Cena. Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair are good in their own space but trying to reshare them regularly is not the best business idea. The two have given the fans all that they can handle, and it needs to stop now.
Ratings going down or fans walking out on the women’s match are a few of many indicators that the WWE isn’t doing things right. Carmella is not up to their level, and Bianca Belair is picking up. Times may change, but they shouldn’t include Becky vs Charlotte shortly for about two years. The fans want to see them fight only when the stage is perfect, and currently, it’s not the place or the time.
If the WWE does decide to go ahead with them, then there may be a decline in the fan base and the ratings. It is not a good decision to invest in it, and as a wise man once said, ‘It’s all about the money.’ It is not the perfect time for it at all, and if the company can defer it for a future date, that would be the best in place. Will the WWE understand and take a stand, or will they all perish and fall?