Inventve 'fan-angle' footage has been posted of Becky Lynch's Smackdown attack on Charlotte

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The new-and-improved Becky Lynch may be the most exciting thing currently in all of WWE right now.

Ever since being defeated in a triple threat match at SummerSlam by Charlotte for the SmackDown Women's Championship, which also involved then-Champion Carmella, the 'Lass-kicker's' attitude has shifted.

Once a happy-go-lucky crowd favourite, Lynch has converted to a no-nonsense, ruthless character that the fans still seem to love, despite the attempts of the company to turn the crowd against her.

And last night on SmackDown live, Lynch's former best-friend Charlotte defeated Sonya Deville, but that was only the start for the daughter of the 16-time World Champion Ric Flair.

As Flair walked away from ringside, she stopped for a selfie with two fans, only to be yanked back by a figure in the crowd.

And that person, of course, turned out to be Lynch.

Lynch revealed herself after ripping off her glasses and black wig, before jumping over the barrier to continue the assault.

Later on though, WWE showed footage of said-fans that Charlotte sought to 'take a selfie with' - and it turns out they weren't just any regular fans.

Becky Lynch's 'heel turn' hasn't gone to plan for WWE - with the majority of live crowds still cheering her over Charlotte.

The fact that the company published the footage from the fans' angle, as you can see below, suggests that the pair were planted in the front row by the company to further the storyline between the two rivalling women.

And when you think about it, it's very, very creative. Crowd attacks have been done before, but not like this.

Despite the powers-that-be trying to make Lynch a dastardly heel in this rivalry, the majority of the WWE Universe, both in arenas and on social media, seem to have increased their support for the Irishwoman.

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