WWE's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view takes place this Sunday and many fans will be hoping it exceeds expectations after an underwhelming SummerSlam last month.
The main matches of the event will be Roman Reigns vs Braun Strowman for the Universal Championship and the mixed tag team match of Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella vs The Miz and Maryse.
One other match which fans will have their eyes on though is when two former best friends clash in the SmackDown Women's Championship match of Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch.
This angle officially began when Lynch turned heel on Flair at SummerSlam after the latter won the SmackDown Women's title in their triple threat match alongside Carmella.
However, the heel turn hasn't been fully accepted by WWE fans, as they still cheer The Irish Lass Kicker anytime she attacks The Queen on the company's blue brand.
If recent reports are to be believed, WWE could be looking to fix that this weekend in their title match at Hell in a Cell.
According to Bryan Alvarez on Wrestling Observer Radio, via Cageside Seats, a double turn could take place during the SmackDown Women’s Title match this Sunday.
This would mean Lynch will turn from heel to face, while Flair will go in the opposite direction, from face to heel.
As we've seen already, The Irish Lass Kicker is beloved by fans, and The Queen is a fantastic natural heel, so this double turn could definitely work if WWE decides to execute it.
By no means though does WWE need to go in this direction. We've seen WWE ignore crowd reaction countless times in the past, so it wouldn't be surprising if they do the same with this feud.
We'll have to wait until Hell in a Cell to see what they decide to do, but it certainly would make the feud between Lynch and Flair more interesting if WWE decides to execute the double turn.
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