Lacey Evans, in her first appearance since losing to Bayley at the 2020 Royal Rumble, took some time to reflect on her villainous past within WWE and also revealed a new match for the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view coming in March.
Sitting down with Renee Young on the February 21 episode of SmackDown, Lacey Evans would reveal that it was her time shifting from Raw to SmackDown that ultimately caused the change in perspective she underwent, going from hated heel to beloved babyface. Lacey would further say that It was when Sasha Banks and Bayley picked on Lacey’s daughter, Summer that solidified the redirection of her moral compass.
Looking forward to the future and being asked what is next for her, Lacey Evans revealed that she has her sights set on March 8 and the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, where Lacey Evans says she will be competing in an Elimination Chamber Match to earn the right to face Bayley at WrestleMania.
“Well, my sights are set on the Elimination Chamber,” she’d say. “Obviously, I'm aware that losing to Bayley puts me at the back of the line. So, I have five women that I need to take out in order to get an opportunity to become champion at WrestleMania, and that is my goal. That is the mission that I intend on accomplishing.”
The only other match confirmed for the pay-per-view on March 8 is the Raw counterpart to this Elimination Chamber Match where six women will compete to earn the right to face Becky Lynch at WrestleMania.
Later in the show, Sheamus also declared himself for a yet-to-be officially announced Elimination Chamber match.
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