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“What Was the Point”: WWE Draws Nuclear Heat from Fans After Snubbing Six Women Stars on Raw

Published 05/17/2022, 6:30 AM EDT

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Becky Lynch has not been the same since she lost her RAW Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 38 against Bianca Belair. She is trying her best to get a one-on-one match against The EST of WWE to grab her title back again.

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Ahead of the latest RAW episode, WWE announced a 6-pack challenge match. The winner of the match faces RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair for the title at Hell in a Cell on June 6th 2022. The match participants were Becky Lynch, Asuka, Sasha Banks, Naomi, Doudrop, and Nikki A.S.H.


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However, midway into the show in a segment about Becky Lynch with WWE official Adam Pearce, they changed the match to Lynch vs Asuka. The outcome of the match will remain the same as before about facing Bianca Belair for her title at Hell in a Cell.

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WWE announced it on their official Twitter saying, “BREAKING: It will be @BeckyLynchWWE vs. @WWEAsuka TONIGHT on #WWERaw to determine who will challenge @BiancaBelairWWE for her Women’s Title!”

This move by WWE shocked everyone, mainly the fans who were rooting for a six-pack power packed action in tonight’s main event. Apparently, it was noted Sasha Banks and Naomi left the building before the match and there is no news on Doudrop and Nikki A.S.H.

WWE Universe reacts on six-pack challenge match changed to Becky Lynch vs Asuka

Becky Lynch and Asuka had a great match, with Asuka ultimately emerging victorious. However, as fans were rooting for a six-woman tag team match, they were not happy. The WWE universe shared their disappointment in Twitter after learning the change in the match.

This fan said, “what was the point of announcing the six woman match just to scam us


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This fan seemed disappointed at ‘The Man’, “beast does it again.. now i still cant look at becky the same 💀”

This fan was rooting for Asuka, “Hope she wins! Asuka time! I wonder why they pulled the the challenge maybe they realized putting Sasha against Naomi wasn’t really a great idea”

Becky Lynch really tried. This fan said, “Becky tried. I enjoyed this. Haha @ScrapDaddyAP’s facial expressions in this are great. Lol”

This fan was confused about the whole situation, “why advertise a 6 pack challenge in the first place? Why would sasha and naomi leave? What about nikki and Doudrop? Huh?”

We all agree with this fan, “No 6 pack challenge match?? The whole universe were looking forward to that main event 💔”

It was disappointing for fans to see the main match on the card changing. The WWE Universe was looking for the six-pack challenge match for the main event and were left very disappointed.

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The six-pack challenge match was suddenly changed to a singles match between Asuka and Becky Lynch. The main event match saw The Empress of Tomorrow take the win and confirm herself a spot at Hell in a Cell.

The match was short, and Lynch tried various methods to win the match by disqualification. One of her methods was making Belair interfere in the match, but she didn’t succeed in doing that.


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Asuka won the match after spraying the green mist and pinned Lynch after connecting a buzzsaw kick. What do you think about WWE changing the 6-women tag team match? Are you excited about Asuka facing Belair? Let us know.

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Written by:

Tushar Deogharkar


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Tushar Deogharkar is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports. Tushar has done his Master's in Tourism Management and is an ardent fan of pro wrestling. He follows WWE and AEW very closely and wants to learn how the promotions are run.
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Edited by:

Paras Pande