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Smackdown Results-June 30th,2023
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WWE Women’s World Championship
Asuka (C) vs. Charlotte Flair

Now we shoot back inside the O2 Arena where the familiar sounds of Charlotte Flair’s theme plays, as “The Queen” makes her way down to the ring for our next match of the evening.

As the 14-time women’s champion settles inside the squared circle, we head to a pre-match commercial break. When we return from the break, we see “The Queen” still in the ring awaiting the arrival of the title-holder.

The theme for Asuka plays and now “The Empress of Tomorrow” makes her way down to the ring with her Women’s World Championship. The champ settles in the ring for this scheduled one-on-one showdown for the title.

We see, as promised, Bianca Belair has taken the necessary moves to take matters into her own hands, as she told Adam Pearce she would, as “The EST of WWE” turns up in the front row after purchasing a ticket on her own.

After the formal pre-match ring introductions for this championship contest, the referee holds the title up high in the air to show these two ladies what they are fighting for. On that note, the bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one.

Immediately the crowd breaks out in loud “WOOO!” chants as Charlotte and Asuka begin to mix it up. Flair starts blasting Asuka with repeated chops and the “WOOO!” chants grow louder.

“The Empress of Tomorrow” connects with a code-breaker and then looks for the Asuka lock, but the two roll around and “The Queen” avoids it. Now they hit pin attempts and counters / reversals until they finally get back up.

Charlotte heads to the top-rope, but the champ stops her and then hits her with a back-stabber. Michael Cole asks who is going to win the women’s championship as we see a close-up camera shot of Asuka sticking her tongue out.

On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial break as the action in this title tilt continues. When we return from the break, we see the action still in progress. Charlotte beats Asuka down on the floor at ringside.

Belair waives her ticket in the faces of the champion and challenger. Asuka gets too close for comfort, which leads to the longest running women’s champion of the modern WWE era reacting and fighting back.

The referee notices this and ends up calling a halt to the action, which gives the win to Asuka via disqualification. This leads to Charlotte Flair getting in Bianca Belair’s face. Belair ends up hitting Charlotte, before slamming Asuka on the commentary table.

She does the same to Charlotte afterwards. She stands on the announce table herself and defiantly dances to end the post-match scene. The crowd went nuts for this. After this, we head to another commercial break.

Winner via DQ and STILL WWE Women’s Champion: Asuka

WWE SmackDown Results – June 23, 2023
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Charlotte Flair vs. Lacey Evans

Now we see video highlights of Charlotte Flair’s reemergence on the scene on Friday Night SmackDown in recent weeks. “The Queen’s” theme hits and out comes the women’s wrestling legend for our next match.

As she settles in the ring, the commentators mention her title shot against Asuka next week. We then head to a pre-match commercial break. When we return we see Mrs. Sgt. Slaughter, I mean Lacey Evans’, ring entrance in progress.

The bell sounds and about two minutes later, the bell sounds again, as Charlotte Flair easily beats down Lacey and locks her in the Figure 8 for the submission victory. After the match, “The Queen” is attacked by the reigning champion and her opponent for next week, Asuka.

Winner: Charlotte Flair

Smackdown Results-June 16th,2023
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It’s time for the Grayson Waller Effect! We see the ring set up with the production for his talk show segment. The drum roll hits inside the arena and then the catchy theme for Grayson Waller hits.

Out he comes and he settles in the ring on the set of his talk show. He then introduces his special guest at this time, noting he’s gonna break the internet with this week’s Grayson Waller Effect.

Charlotte Flair’s theme hits and out comes “The Queen.” She takes a seat next to him and the segment begins.He talks about this being an honor and admits he’s nervous. He brings up her return and title match with Asuka.

Waller points out that Charlotte ended Asuka’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania in the past and asks if she’s gonna become a 15 time champion. Charlotte says 15 time and then 16 time, to reference her father’s legendary title reign count.

Before anything else can be said, we hear the theme for Bianca Belair. “The EST of WWE” comes out and runs down the situation and asks if she’s tripping because she lost her title, was promised a rematch, but then Charlotte comes back and gets an immediate title shot.

Charlotte refuses to apologize and says she lost to Rhea Ripley and never got a rematch either. Belair says the difference is, she lost and left for three months and hid, whereas Belair stuck around and keep fighting.

The two compare their accomplishments back-and-forth and start losing their tempers with each other. Belair vows to be present during the Charlotte-Asuka bout and says regardless of who wins, she’s stepping in the ring and making it clear she’s getting her belt back. She drops the mic and walks off.

Wrestlemania Night 1 Results-April 1st,2023
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SmackDown Women’s Championship
Charlotte Flair (C) vs. Rhea Ripley

We see the “Road to WrestleMania” video package telling the story leading up to our co-main event of the evening at WrestleMania Goes Hollywood: Night 1. With that said, we return inside SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. where the 2023 Women’s Royal Rumble Rhea Ripley makes her way out and heads to the ring.

Ripley yells “This is Mami-Time!” after doing her big pyro-provoking stomp at the top of the entrance stage. Michael Cole does an ad-read for the WrestleMania presenting sponsor, Snickers as she heads to the ring. Ripley settles inside and is ready for her title opportunity against “The Queen.”

The familiar sounds of Charlotte Flair’s theme hits after Ripley’s entrance tune dies down. “Bow down, all hail ‘The Queen’” comes out of the house speakers and then the reigning and defending SmackDown Women’s Champion emerges in a bad ass robe that I’m sure makes “The Nature Boy” proud.

Charlotte gets the dramatic fireworks and pyro treatment as she takes a spin and heads to the ring, walking that aisle like her legendary father for another appearance on “The Grandest Stage of Them All.” Michael Cole points out no woman has more wins at WrestleMania than Charlotte.

Now the ring announcer handles the formal pre-match ring introductions for the champion and the challenger. Jessika Carr is the referee for the match, the ring announcer is a female and the two competitors in this co-main event are both females. Michael Cole points out that this is another first in WrestleMania history.

Ripley seems to be the crowd favorite based on the pops during the ring introductions. The bell sounds and we’re now officially off-and-running with our second-to-last scheduled match of the evening here at WrestleMania Goes Hollywood: Night 1.

We see some great action straight out of the gate from these two. Ripley shows good strength in muscle-woman spots that pops the crowd early on, as she dominates the action in the beginning stages of this one.

Flair starts to return to form and set the crowd on fire with her athletic display being put on front street, as she takes it to “Mami” and nearly finishes her off on a few occasions. We see Flair start to look unsure of herself as she can’t seem to find a way to finish Ripley off.

Each lady goes for a big boot to the grill of the other and in a Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed moment from the end of Rocky II, they connect at the same time and both go down. The crowd rallies behind their favorite as the two slug their way back to their feet.

We see the classic Charlotte kip-up now as she plays to the crowd and then heads to the top-rope backwards as Ripley is laid out. Ripley recovers and heads up after Charlotte. Charlotte back-elbows her way free but Ripley comes right back up and connects with a belly-to-back super-plex that looked close to being a dangerous landing for a super close near fall.

Charlotte recovers and connects with her Natural Selection for a close near fall of her own. Ripley kicks out and immediately rolls out to the floor at ringside to re-group. Charlotte heads out after her and charges at her for a spear, but Ripley side-steps her and sends her shoulder first into the steel steps.

Back in the ring, Ripley hits a modified Rip-Tide for a close near fall. We see replays of Charlotte’s vicious impact into the steel steps moments ago as Charlotte recovers. Ripley is shown looking unsure of her ability to finish “The Queen” off now.

Ripley taunts Charlotte and then looks for her actual Rip-Tide finisher this time, but Charlotte counters with a German suplex. Ripley stumbles back to her feet and Charlotte grabs her for another one, which she connects with. She maintains the waist lock and stands up with Ripley looking for a third.

Ripley hits a standing switch and flips Charlotte over-head. Charlotte nearly landed on her forehead and broke her neck. We almost had a paralyzed legend right there. That looked super close to being bad. Brock Lesnar Shooting Star Press from WrestleMania past-style scary.

We see Flair recover and she has mat-burn on her nose from that spot. Ouch. Could’ve been way worse, so not bad all things considered. Flair hits a big boot for a near fall. We see Charlotte knock Ripley out to the floor and she climbs to the top-rope for a moonsault.

She heads back in the ring but Ripley takes over and stuns her with a Rip-Tide for a super close near fall. Ripley and the fans couldn’t believe it when Charlotte kicked out. Ripley utilizes her Prison Squeeze submission, a modified Clover-leaf. Charlotte screams in pain but crawls to the corner.

She crawls up the ropes and with her legs, yanks Ripley into the ref in the corner. The ref hangs in there and Charlotte blasts Ripley with a big spear and goes for the cover but again we see Ripley kick out. Again Charlotte looks on in disbelief.

After failing to lock it in the entire match, Charlotte finally locks in her figure-four leg lock on Ripley. She goes for the figure-8 but Ripley pulls herself to the corner and gets a hold of the ropes, forcing the referee to break up the hold.

Now we see a frustrated Charlotte blatantly ram Ripley face-first into the steel ring post. She heads to the top-rope with Ripley. Ripley drops down and yanks Charlotte face-first into the top of the ring post. Charlotte looks lifeless now as Ripley climbs up after her.

She screams in Charlotte’s face, “It’s my time!” She hits a super-Rip Tide off the top-rope and covers her for the pin fall victory. The crowd goes nuts as Rhea Ripley wins the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Amazing match. Big WrestleMania moment feel for Ripley’s victory.

Winner and NEW SmackDown Women’s Champion: Rhea Ripley