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Becky Lynch might be defending both titles at Money In The Bank

Becky Lynch is appearing on both RAW and SmackDown Live to defend her titles. How long that will last is the question.

Lacey Evans is the #1 contender for the RAW Women’s Title and will challenge Lynch at Money In The Bank. While Lynch has no official title defence for the Smackdown Women’s Title, that might change very soon.

Dave Meltzer mentioned on Wrestling Observer Radio how Becky Lynch might have to wrestle twice at Money In The Bank on May 19th.

“As of right now she’s got two matches on the pay-per-view. One for the RAW Title and one for the SmackDown Title.”

Meltzer said he was not sure why Lacey Evans said she would walk out of Money In The Bank with both titles since Becky will be wrestling in two separate matches at the pay-per-view.

It is to be noted that Becky Lynch will belong exclusively to RAW when she loses her titles, so it is possible that she will be dropping the Smackdown Women’s Title at Money In The Bank.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    She probably lose one of her belts soon. Because let not forget the winner of the women Money In The Bank could cash it in that night.

  • CC

    Not sure what they are going to do at the PPV with the two titles, but it was weird on RAW where Lacey said she would be challenging for both titles and Cole on commentary said Evans was only challenging for the RAW title.
    Once again it seems like communication has not exactly been the key in WWE creative.

  • CC

    Of course she is going to be defending both belts, but they do not have to be at the same PPV. How many times have we seen PPVs where one of the mens heavyweight titles, womens titles or tag titles etc have not been defended?
    Nothing says every single title has to be on the line at every PPV.

  • Darrin Tyler

    so everyone wasted their money when they baught that “two belts” shirt then.

  • Leedraven

    If you’re gonna call yourself becky two belts, you should be defending both.

  • CC

    And once again someone who does not get what she is saying with “The Man” title.
    She is not claiming to be “A man” and the titles are still the “womens” titles, so no, she should not be wrestling against “A man”.

  • ROB-1.

    The so called Man should wrestle a man for her title. How about Strowman?