To a lot of fans, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch's rivalry remains the best thing on WWE programming at this current time.
The two used to be best friends, part of the famous NXT 'Four Horsewomen' group, but that all changed at the most recent edition of SummerSlam in August.
After teasing her unhappiness with Charlotte's involvement in the SmackDown Women's Championship picture, the Lass-kicker turned on Flair after she yet again won the blue brand's title.
And so Lynch's new attitude was born - and fans have noted that it resembles some traits that Stone Cold Steve Austin used to have, which is high praise indeed.
Lynch got her comeuppance though at last month's Hell In A Cell, taking the title off Flair for her second reign, her last ending almost two years ago in December 2016.
Charlotte was given her rematch at Super Show-Down in Australia this past Saturday, but a belt-shot by Lynch as she was locked in the Figure-Eight meant she retained the title by way of Disqualification.
But the savvy SmackDown GM Paige gave Charlotte another shot on last night's episode, and just when it looked like Lynch was going to walkaway with a count-out loss, which would mean another retaining of her title - things got brutal.
With Lynch standing at the top of the entrance-way, Flair sprinted towards her and unleashed a devastating Spear through the titantron.
It left Flair with a noticeable cut on her arm, but she ended up being fine enough to compete in her Mixed Match Challenge bout later on in the evening.
Fans though created comparisons with a famous incident from a 2001 episode of SmackDown, and it's quite fitting that considering the 1,000th edition comes next week we will probably see said spot in the flashback video package.
One fan wasn't particularly impressed though.
WWE fans, who did it better - Rhyno and Y2J or Lynch and Flair? Let us know in the comments!
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