*Spoiler* Lacey Evans WWE pregnancy reveal legitimate

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*Spoiler* Lacey Evans WWE pregnancy reveal legitimate

Once again, great news runs fast in the rings on Monday Night Raw, with yet another tidbit of an upcoming pregnancy that left fans in awe during the final episode of the red show that aired tonight. After seeing Becky Lynch vacate her title live on Raw last year, effectively giving it up to new champion, Asuka, after her Money in the Bank win which had been orchestrated to find a new champion.

The Man's inability to continue wrestling while pregnant, Becky's new colleague announces she's pregnant live on Raw. During the Monday Night Raw episode that aired tonight, in a short promo, Charlotte Flair's current enemy Lacey Evans told the daughter of the two-time Hall of Famer that she was pregnant, with the Nature Boy remaining very happy with the announcement, given that according to WWE, the father of the future unborn child would be him.

Of course, the real father of Lacey Evans' second child is the girl's real-life husband, Alfonso, who's also the father of Summer, Lacey's first daughter.

What direction will WWE take with Lacey Evans out?

Apparently, if initially there were doubts about the girl's real pregnancy, in a few minutes several authoritative sources confirmed that Lacey is really pregnant and therefore she will not be able to take part in any match in the WWE rings anymore, for obviously safeguard your health and that of the child.

WWE will continue to bring the girl on stage for a few more weeks, to continue to bring her storyline on-screen, in some way, obviously using it only in spoken and non-physical segments, until she has to be absent as did her colleague Becky.

. The main problem will now also be to replace Lacey in her next match of PPV, as the girl was scheduled in a titled match against Asuka, valid for the Raw Women's Championship in the next event, Elimination Chamber. Once again, the card of the next WWE PPV is overturned, as already happened with the match inside the cage, which saw Kofi Kingston take the place of The Miz.

With Lacey Evans' pregnancy being legitimate, there is obviously no way she can compete against Asuka this Sunday at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. As of this writing, no replacement has been announced for the RAW Women's Championship match this weekend.

Most of the WWE Universe assumed the company was heading to a big blowoff match between Charlotte and Evans at WrestleMania. With that now off the table, it will be interesting to see what direction the company will take in the weeks and months to come.