It’s all got a lot more confusing now that Charlotte Flair is the SmackDown Women’s Champion. It means we now have both women’s champions in the main event of WrestleMania, so how are they going to work potential title changes?
Well, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the current plan is this:
“As things stand, the idea seems to be that if Rousey or Flair lose, the person who beats them gets their title. It in theory is possible that Rousey or Flair end up with both belts, but the more likely scenario is Lynch can now win either the Raw or Smackdown belt.”
- If Ronda beats Charlotte, she’s a double champion
- If Ronda beats Becky, she’s only Raw champion
- If Charlotte beats Ronda, she’s a double champion
- If Charlotte beats Becky, she’s only SmackDown champion
- If Becky beats Ronda, she’s only Raw champion
- If Becky beats Charlotte, she’s only SmackDown Champion
As we reported earlier, the plan is not to unify the belts as WWE is still very keen on having two separate women’s brands, which would suggest that either Becky will pin Charlotte and take the SmackDown belt, or that she’ll beat Ronda, transfer over to Raw as champion and leave Charlotte on SmackDown.