Womens Championship Submission Match Set for WWE Extreme Rules (May, 3rd 2016)


Following the Aftermath of the controversial mimic of the infamous “Montreal Screwjob” that took place at WWEs recent Payback Pay Per View, Natalya will renew her status as Contender to the WWE Women’s Championship by battling her Generational Rival Charlotte once more at Extreme Rules Later this Month, but not in any match, but rather a Submission Match. If Charlotte couldn’t be anymore frustrated at the Queen of Harts One Upping her on the Post Payback RAW, she also learned that on top of this revealed stipulation that her Manager and Hall of Fame Father, Ric Flair, would be banned from ringside, being a multi factor in Charlotte’s title defenses and matches.

The Match counts as Natalya’s Second Shot at the WWE Women’s Championship, and the first Submission Match for the Women’s Division since 2011, paying homage to the Typically Named Pay Per Views Extreme Stipulations. With Both wielding famous Submissions in their arsenal, the Match Stipulation forces either competitor to submit only via Submission to lose the match. Should Natalya win the match she will become the second women’s superstar on the roster to have held both the Divas Championship and the Current Incarnation of the Women’s Championship, as well as the second women’s superstar to have had a Women’s Title reign, all being if she can submit Charlotte to her Hall of Fame Uncles Famous Sharpshooter to close another chapter in the Flair vs Hart Rivalry of course.

Tune into WWE Extreme Rules Only Two Weeks Away at 1am UK Time Live on the WWE Network and on Sky Sports Box Office to see which Generational Wrestler soars to extreme heights and steps out with Championship in hand. That, Plus The New Day battle the recently promoted Vaudevillains for the WWE Tag Team Championship and the Rivalry between Families and Factions Continues as Roman Reigns defends the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Once More against AJ Styles.

– Catherine


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