WWE Star Insists SmackDown Opponent Used Unique Cheating Method To Win

WWE Star Insists SmackDown Opponent Used Unique Cheating Method To Win WWE

Friday’s SmackDown (June 2) saw the first entrant into the women’s Money in the Bank ladder match confirmed when the LWO’s Zelina Vega pinned Lacey Evans in a brief match.

However, despite the victory seeming conclusive enough Evans has gone on a Twitter tirade with allegations that Vega used ‘baby oil’ in order to escape her camel clutch finishing move and thusly score the win.

Firstly Evans Tweeted alongside a clip of the match:

Rematch. Ref sucked. The crowd needs to be silenced. And she was covered in oil.

Then she would post a photo of herself locking in the clutch with an arrow pointing to Vega’s supposed use of baby oil with the caption of:

She didn’t win fair, & @wwe knows it.

She knew she would slip from MY cobra clutch after an ENTIRE bottle was used.

The world will know the truth & she will walk into MITB knowing it was not deserved.

But like everything else,@wwe will do absolutely NOTHING about it. Disgusting.

Continuing the baby oil allegations Evans then said:

Because I figured as small as she is, there is no way baby oil will stop MY win……. I underestimated the amount she actually put on.

While it may make me lose my job, I’m sick of keeping my mouth shut. She is a cheater.

Before the match, I found an entire EMPTY bottle of baby oil inside her gear bag.(At 37 sec, you can clearly see her slip from my cobra clutch bc of it). At first I didn’t want to say anything.

While this is clearly a heelish tantrum from Evans following her loss please find the clip of the incident in question below if you want to judge for yourself.

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4 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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