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WWE: Update on Charlotte’s shocking victory at Hell in a Cell

By: Raja

Bengaluru, Nov 3: The Women's match has made history at the Hell in a Cell PPV. For the very first time in the history of WWE, two women competed inside the demonic structure known as Hell in a Cell.

Also, it was for the first time that two women competed in the last main event segment in a PPV. Both of them lived up to the hype despite the fact the audience was seemingly taken aback the way the match had ended.

Charlotte (Image courtesy: wwe.com)

There were not enough story-telling in part of the WWE for the match and the creative has to be blamed for this.

The home crowd for Sasha Banks was hurt after seeing Sasha losing the Women's title for the second consecutive time due to injury or perhaps the creative does not have enough faith on Sasha to make her the face of the Raw women's division.

As per the earlier planning, it was thought that Sasha would come out victorious to end the already stretched feud with Charlotte.

She should then go on to start a new one with Nia Jax or the re-launched Emma as Emmalina. However, recent updates suggest that Sasha is indeed hurt to a certain extent forcing her to surrender her title, once again. She is now hurt for the fourth time starting from last year since her debut.

This is definitely a huge headache for the WWE Creative who wanted to establish Sasha as the top babyface of the roster but unable to culminate it, properly.

Another point to be noted is the less depth of the Women's roster on Raw which forced WWE to stretch the Charlotte-Sasha feud further. The rivalry is to be rejuvenated once Sasha comes back around December.

Sasha will win the Women's title in her due rematch. Then she will turn to a heel character to renew the rivalry from NXT with Bayley. Bayley vs. Sasha Banks is going to be the Women's championship match at Wrestlemania 34.

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Story first published: Thursday, November 3, 2016, 11:51 [IST]
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