Becky Lynch is reportedly now cleared to compete by WWE after she suffered a concussion two weeks ago which caused her to pull out of her Survivor Series match against Ronda Rousey.
The Man hand-picked Charlotte Flair to replace her at Survivor Series, and she was happy with the results as The Queen was able to deliver a beatdown on Rowdy during and after their match at the pay-per-view.
However, Becky wasn't happy this week on SmackDown Live, as the blue brand's general manager, Paige, awarded Charlotte with a match against Lynch for the SmackDown Women's Championship at TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs on December 16.
Asuka was later added to the match after winning a Battle Royale in the show's main event, making it a triple threat. While The Man didn't have any issue with this, she did have a problem with The Queen's inclusion.
On Twitter, Lynch made her problems perfectly clear, as she said in a tweet: "I’ve got two contenders at TLC. One earned her way to The Champ, the other something, something, WOOO, daddy, something entitled."
Later on her Instagram story, Becky mocked Charlotte further for altering some of her character traits since Survivor Series took place through the use of a classic scene from the forever popular TV show, The Simpsons.
The scene in question relates to the infamous Frank Grimes who goes around the power plant in Springfield mocking Homer Simpson by copying his stupid and lovable actions in hopes of gaining popularity.
Many WWE fans enjoyed the comparisons Lynch made as she went through each segment of the scene, making comparisons to today's storylines in the WWE. It's a nice follow-up to the “Bootleg Becky” comment made by the SmackDown Women’s Champion this past Tuesday night.
Hopefully it leads to a lot more references to The Simpsons by The Man between now and when her feud with The Queen likely ends during the early parts of 2019 as we enter WrestleMania season.
As previously mentioned, Lynch will defend her SmackDown Women's title against Flair and Asuka in a TLC match next month, which will also be the first-ever women's TLC match in WWE history.
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