Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair tried the match together



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Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair tried the match together

Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair were initially supposed, as reported by Fightful, to be in the main event of the pay-per-view Survivor Series, but it seems that the plans have always changed in favor of Roman Reigns who is now a long-timer, to take the main event.

The two finally opened the evening by giving the audience a truly intense match that for many is one of the best of this 2021 and one of the best of the two since they started their rivalry in 2018. Apparently, as reported by Dave Meltzer in his Wrestling Observer Radio, despite the rumors that circulate and what we see about the two, that is, that they hate each other and are no longer friends, as great professionals they have practiced making the match.

Update on Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch

All efforts before the show did pay dividends for Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair as the bitter rivals stole the show at Survivor Series. The RAW and SmackDown Women's Champions opened the main lineup of matches at Survivor Series, and many fans have even adjudged it to be the best bout on the entire card.

“They were 100% cooperative. You know what the funny thing is, because last night in Syracuse, you know what they were like, I don't know what it was, but someone sent me a video from Syracuse. I don't know how they got it, but they were, you know, trying to make their match work, like before anyone else, when nobody was around.

So, it's as if the whole match has been prepared. You know, it was a great match. I have nothing against preparing for a match, you know, I mean, and people who get mad about it, it's a different generation, and it's like it doesn't matter.

What matters is how the fans watch the match," revealed Dave Meltzer. Reading the opinions that have been circulating on social networks since tonight, it can be said that surely Dave Meltzer is right, whether there is a more careful study behind a match or not, the important thing is the result of the performance and this clash of theirs has amazed in everyone is positive, both those who stayed at home and those who were present at the arena, so perhaps they did well to work on it a little on a technical level, it certainly doesn't hurt, on the contrary, it can only do well.

The match's finish was also designed to keep both competitors strong as Becky Lynch picked up a roll-up victory over Charlotte Flair.