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Bianca Belair wins fatal four-way match to earn title shot against Lynch

Bianca Belair became the number one contender for the Smackdown Women’s title after she won a fatal four-way elimination match on Smackdown last night.

The opening segment of Smackdown saw the return of Becky Lynch, who apologized for absolutely nothing about what happened at SummerSlam. Lynch was interrupted by Bianca Belair, then Zelina Vega, then Carmella, and then Liv Morgan as all four bickered on who should get the title match.

Belair asked for a one-on-one against Lynch for later on the show but Lynch said, “Nah! Not tonight,” and exited the ring, leaving everyone else beating each other.

A fatal four-way match was eventually announced which Belair won when she got rid of Morgan last.

Sasha Banks, who was originally announced as Belair’s opponent at SummerSlam, remains absent.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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