Last night, WWE sent in its last Big Four event of the year, as well as the company's last PPV, as this year there won't be a PPV in December, with one on January 1st, a brand new one. ppv created by the Stamford-based company, which will air from Atlanta.
In the classic match Champion vs Champion, between the two champions of the main roster, this night the champion of Friday Night Smackdown, Charlotte Flair and her ex-friend, Becky Lynch, faced each other, obviously without any belt up for grabs, but only with the honor to hold high the flag of the respective rosters in the contest.
In the last period, between the two there has not been a great friendship, having been some squabbles in recent years, which have led their relationship to wear out, to the point of bringing heat to each other, also on-screen, in the famous Smackdown belt swap segment, where Charlotte even went so far as to drop her belt in order not to pass it into Becky's hands.
Becky Lynch def. Charlotte Flair
While Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair was rumored to headline Survivor Series 2021, plans were changed. Instead, the most highly-anticipated match at Survivor Series 2021 opened the show, ending in controversy.
In a contest that was very tough and very stiff, as could be imagined on the eve of the event, the champion of Monday Night Raw, Becky Lynch, thought to triumph in their match at Survivor Series, after having managed to mock both the referee of the contention that his own rival.
After several moves that seemed to have closed the contest, Becky Lynch avoided a pin that followed a Moonsault, with the referee also interrupting a pin by Flair, because the daughter of the Nature Boy was holding on to strings trying to take advantage of the thing.
In the end, it was Becky who received the advantage that cost the match to Flair, who, despite the rules, clung to the ropes to pin Charlotte, without the referee noticing anything and thus pinned her opponent. , bringing home the match and keeping the honor of the red Monday night show high.
This keeps Becky Lynch's momentum alive. She has been undefeated since her return at SummerSlam 2021. The finish may not be well-liked by fans, but it shouldn't take away from the fact that both women had yet another match of the year candidate with each other.
Many felt that the bout should have headlined the pay-per-view. However, it seems like Roman Reigns vs. Big E will close the night.