The WWE’s SmackDown is a weekly show that has been running since 1993. This week, two of the best female wrestlers in the world, Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks, collided in a fantastic clash on the show.
The bianca belair is a match from the WWE that took place on their SmackDown show. Sasha Banks defeated Becky Lynch in a fantastic clash with a little help from her friends.
The battle between SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and The Boss Sasha Banks was undoubtedly the most important match of tonight’s supersized SmackDown, and it was finally time for the showdown. Banks and Lynch would trade counters when Belair came out to join in on commentary. At times, Lynch and Banks would outsmart each other, with Lynch aiming for the Disarm-Her and Banks opting for the Bank Statement. For a little while, Banks had the upper hand over Lynch, rolling her up, but Lynch kicked out at 1 and smashed Banks face-first into the mat, but Banks kicked out of the following pin.
Banks would then attempt a huge kick, but Lynch would shift and throw Banks straight into the post, allowing Lynch to capitalize and do even more damage to Banks, despite her inability to pin her. Banks responded with a pin attempt, but Lynch kicked her out. Lynch then held Banks’ arm in an uncomfortable position over the top and finally had to let go. Lynch then struck Banks with a massive Leg Drop that seemed to be agonizing, but Banks kicked out again.
Lynch pushed Banks against the post again, but Banks slammed her arm into the post instead and then locked Lynch back with a kick, setting up a Meteora that slammed Lynch into the post. She hit another one in the ring and proceeded to the top rope, where she was met by a Meteora, who Lynch kicked out of once again.
Lynch pushed Banks down at the top rope, but Banks avoided her dive and hit Lynch with the Backstabber, sending Lynch flying out of the ring and to the floor. Belair was having a good time, saying hello to Lynch.
Lunch then executed a Leg Drop on Banks on the side of the ring before attempting another move, but Banks locked in a Bank Statement on the outside, and Lynch seemed to tap but couldn’t. Lynch kicked out a Frogsplash by Banks.
Banks struck Lynch in the face, and Lynch returned the favor with a rushing punch, but Banks landed on his double knees. Lynch then landed the Bexploder and a Leg Drop, but Banks kicked out at the 2 minute mark. Becky attempted another Leg Drop, but Banks slid out of the ring, and Becky then attempted a Tornado DDT, but was shoved into Belair. Lynch attacked and instead struck Belair, prompting Banks to push Lynch into the barrier.
Lynch climbed to the top rope and attempted a Frog Splash, but Lynch stopped it. Lynch then attempted a pin, but Banks kicked out. Lynch attempted to lock in the Disarm-Her on Banks, but she struck her with a powerful kick. Lynch landed uppercuts and a kick to the mid-section after Banks blocked it and both kicked out of pins. Lynch attempted the Manhandle slam, but Banks reversed it and almost pinned Lynch. Lynch got it to the ropes to break it when she landed eh Backstabber and then the Bank Statement.
Belair then lashed Lynch with her braid, allowing Banks to wrap her up and pin her for the victory.
The official description for tonight’s Supersized SmackDown can be seen below.
“The Beast is back on his way to WWE Crown Jewel, where he will face Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship. Plus, SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch takes on Sasha Banks, King of the Ring and Queen of the Crown Semifinal matchups, and more on a two-and-a-half hour Supersized SmackDown airing tonight at 8/7 C on FS1, with the last half hour commercial-free.”
Here’s the whole thing:
Becky Lynch, the SmackDown Women’s Champion, takes against Sasha Banks (non title match)
Sonya Deville vs. Naomi
The Usos vs. The Street Profits, SmackDown Tag Team Champions (title match)
Sami Zayn vs. Finn Balor (King of the Ring Semifinals)
Zelina Vega vs. Carmella (Semifinals of the Queen’s Crown)
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