WrestleMania is only weeks away, but the WWE is still considering tweaking one of the championship bouts during the biggest night in the industry.
The RAW Women's championship bout between Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks and Bayley was set to be a triple-threat match, but the WWE is considering adding another opponent in the the mix, according to The Wrestling Observer.
It's down to two contenders, with the WWE debating including either Nia Jax or Dana Brooke as the final piece in what would be a fatal four way for the Women's title.
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Jax seems like the likeliest addition to the match, with Nia recently requesting a shot at competing for the title at WrestleMania. Stephanie McMahon responded by giving her a chance to prove herself against Bayley, but the match ended with Bayley winning via disqualification.
Nia has been one of the WWE's top performers in the women's division, yet remains off the cards. Brooke would be an intriguing addition after the fallout with Charlotte, but it's unclear if the plan is to add one of them to the biggest show of them all.
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The WWE has been building up the women's division and have a group of very talented performers. Tossing in Jax would make the most sense to continue building her up as a dominant force, though the WWE could also save her involvement until after WrestleMania.
With nowhere else to showcase either Nia or Brooke, adding one of them to the RAW Women's title match would allow the WWE to put even more of their talent in position to impress. There's no better place to reward great performances than WrestleMania.
The segment that played out between Jax, McMahon and Bayley makes for a clean story to add Nia to the title match. On the other hand, Brooke finally breaking away from Charlotte after being belittled by the current champion makes sense as well.
The WWE has options to add some spice to the match, or could just be setting up for their post-WrestleMania plans. A feud between Charlotte and Brooke would be intriguing and wouldn't even need a championship to drive it, clearing a path for Jax to focus on whoever the champion is after WrestleMania.
Both would be intriguing directions for the women's division and would keep momentum going after an solid year of wrestling from all five women. Whether Jax or Brooke are rewarded with a title shot at WrestleMania should be answered over the next two weeks on RAW.
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