WWE has announced that on the go-home episode of Monday Night Raw two of the Four Horsewomen will once again face tag team competition.
Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair to compete in tag team action on Raw
Despite falling short of the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships, Becky Lynch isn’t quite giving up on her dream to revive the legend of Becky Two Belts. This Monday, The Man will once again team with Charlotte Flair, her partner in last week’s ill-fated title bid. And after showing surprising chemistry with her longtime rival, The Man will once again pair up with The Queen.
Their first outing was enough of a success to warrant a second teaming, and while their opponents have yet to be announced, the possibility is a tantalizing one for both Superstars. Not only could Becky Two Belts return to the fold, but a WWE Women’s Tag Team Title could make Charlotte only the second Superstar to record the Women’s Grand Slam (Raw Women’s Title, SmackDown Women’s Championship, NXT Women’s Title and WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship). In other words, history is in play for both.
We know that they will not face the WWE Women's Tag Team Champions of Asuka and Kairi Sane, as Asuka will be going one on one with Natalya.
Natalya to battle WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Asuka
Not everyone can boast that they submitted Asuka in the middle of the ring, but two weeks ago, Natalya did just that. And while The Queen of Harts missed out on the WWE Women’s Tag Team Title Match she seemed headed toward last week, she’ll get a chance to face off with The Empress of Tomorrow one-on-one come Monday. Given that Natalya owns an emphatic victory over Asuka, it’s safe to say she holds an early mental advantage going into the match. Of course, Kairi Sane’s presence is likely to complicate the proceedings. As good as Natalya is, there simply aren’t two of her.
Rey Mysterio to appear live on Raw before challenging Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series
Rey Mysterio has been relatively quiet since hobbling Brock Lesnar with a pipe and challenging The Beast to a WWE Championship Match at Survivor Series. But The Ultimate Underdog will surge back into the forefront this Monday when he appears live just six days before his monumental opportunity. Whatever he has to say will surely be worth hearing as Survivor Series approaches … and, of course, there’s always the possibility that Lesnar isn’t far behind.
Tune in to Raw this Monday for the final lead-up to the Survivor Series pay-per-view, live at 8/7 C on USA Network.
It was also previously announced that Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder will challenge for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship, and Seth Rollins will defend his spot at Survivor Series on the Raw Men's Survivor Series Team against Andrade on Raw.
Fightful will have live coverage of Raw beginning at 8 P.M. Eastern on Monday night.