News SmackDown women’s title match set for Clash of Champions

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Charlotte Flair never really went after Bayley after losing the SmackDown women’s championship to her on a Money in the Bank cash-in a couple months back. Instead, she took a detour, running over Trish Stratus at SummerSlam to continue cementing herself as arguably the top women’s star in all of WWE.

That’s now the focus of her feud with the aforementioned Bayley:


Charlotte’s argument is that she’s marketable and Bayley is not, so she’s going to take the title back to restore the prestige it’s been missing since Bayley has been champion. That’s kind of a weird reason to want to win a championship, but WWE has gone ahead and booked the match for the upcoming Clash of Champions pay-per-view scheduled for Sun., Sept. 15, 2019, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The King of the Ring tournament finals will also be held at the show.

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Charlotte’s argument is that she’s marketable and Bayley is not, so she’s going to take the title back to restore the prestige it’s been missing since Bayley has been champion.
Well...she is more marketable than Bayley...and she
will restore prestige to the belt...I mean...she's a Flair...
that bloodline was basically created to wear wrestling
titles & look good while doing it.

Honestly...Bayley should retain the belt...and if the WWE
truly wanted to help Bayley...they'd make it a no DQ, falls
count anywhere match & have Bayley FINALLY use a kendo
stick on someone.
 

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