Yesterday we reported that a controversy literally broke out on social media for one of the possibly worst matches ever in the history of wrestling and especially of women's wrestling. What happened during the match of Nia Jax and Charlotte Flair, who met on the square to challenge each other in an evening that was really special for the women's division, is something that we will hardly forget, in negative.
In fact, after a start that seemed totally normal, at a certain point, the match degenerated with the two who started exchanging completely random and really bad shots, with the audience present at the arena and sitting comfortably at home, which did not he understood what was happening, including Mick Foley who posted a confusing tweet from the match.
The truth about the match between Nia Jax and Charlotte Flair
PWInsider finally addressed the most trending topic in pro wrestling by revealing all the details regarding what really happened between Charlotte Flair and Nia Jax on RAW.
Multiple sources within WWE revealed the match was exactly how it appeared to be for all viewers around the world. It was evident enough that the bout didn't go according to plan, and there were reportedly 'legitimate moments' shared between the two superstars where real punches and slaps were thrown from either side.
Shoot is the term that is used in the world of professional wrestling to indicate that type of match that goes off the rails, that is, it does not respect the original script and takes a totally different turn. Yesterday, the doubt about this thing was created, that is: did the two only have a bad evening and consequently a bad match, or if they were really given a good reason without respecting the script? The PW Insider website came to our rescue to solve this question and let us know this: “PW Insider was told, from several sources, that it was exactly what it appeared to be - a match that went wrong and resulted into some legitimate moments where real slaps and punches were thrown after there was some sort of communication breakdown.
In short, there was a legitimate fight inside the ring. At the end of the match, Jax and Flair went back to the same page and the ending went as originally written. For those who asked, we were told that there was no backstage problem after the match between the two." Nia Jax went over Charlotte Flair as planned in the non-title clash, and WWE could ideally book a rematch at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view on September 26th.