Speaking of Extreme Rules, one of the more controversial matches was the Raw Women’s Championship bout which saw Sasha Banks ‘beat’ Asuka after Bayley inserted herself as referee.
This was adressed this past Monday on Raw when Stephanie McMahon announced that this coming Monday there will be a rematch with no outside interference to determine the rightful champion.
WWE has announced that Banks and Bayley will be appearing on SmackDown tomorrow to address this. WWE.com writes:
The Golden Role Models have amassed all the titles, but the controversy hasn’t escaped them. Bayley & Sasha Banks continue to stake The Boss’ claim to the Raw Women’s Championship, but the contentious conclusion to her match against Asuka at The Horror Show at WWE Extreme Rules has created confusion around the title.
The Women’s Tag Team Champions plan to address the blue brand and clear the air on the championship landscape. Bayley & Banks promise to even redefine greatness in the process, as the pair will hold all the gold when they walk into SmackDown.
What will the duo have to say about Sasha’s looming rematch against The Empress of Tomorrow?
On top of that, a Miz TV segment has also been announced, with Naomi as the special guest. Two weeks ago Naomi won a karaoke contest against Lacey Evans, Dana Brooke and Tamina. Evans then turned heel and attacked Naomi, then beat her in a match this past Friday.
The Miz & John Morrison always have the finger on the pulse of sports-entertainment, and they’ll be joined by last week’s center of attention when Naomi stops by “Miz TV.”
Naomi set social media aglow last week after her loss to Lacey Evans led many in the WWE Universe to back up the exuberant Superstar. The Sassy Southern Belle gained control of the match by tying Naomi’s hair to the ropes and then landing a Woman’s Right to get the victory.
What will Naomi have to say about last week’s loss and the reaction from the WWE Universe?
As always, WrestleTalk.com will have live coverage on SmackDown this coming Friday.