Becky Lynch mocks Charlotte Flair over a photoshopped tweet about WWE legacy


Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Carmella are set to battle in a triple threat match tonight on SmackDown Live to determine who will become the number one contender for the SmackDown Women's Championship.

The winner of the triple threat match will go on to face the current SmackDown Women's Champion, Asuka, at the Royal Rumble on January 27 at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.

Ever since this match has been announced, fighting talk has been exchanged between all three superstars, with The Man issuing most of the burns.

Just this past weekend, Lynch tweeted out a statement which seems to be directed towards two of her rivals, Charlotte and Ronda Rousey.

She said: "I’m not blond, I’m not legacy, I didn’t parachute in from another sport. I am Becky Lynch, and the only insurance policy I have in this industry is to be so undeniably the best, they can’t ever sink me again."

The Queen has since responded to this statement, posting one of her own as well as a photo of her with all her titles which she has won during her time in the WWE on show.

Charlotte said: "Silver spoon? Yup. Legacy? You’re damn right. I had a head start. I’ve also ran with the weight of this legacy on my back.

"Figure out how to make yourselves better, as opposed to talking about how I got here. I’m not slowing down. 👸"

Becky Lynch has ridiculed Charlotte Flair for a photoshopped tweet

Becky has since replied to Charlotte's response and has thrown further shade at her fellow SmackDown superstar since the photo which she tweeted was actually photoshopped, with the original photo being of Britney Spears.

Not a good look for The Queen, but a fan has since stepped in and revealed they are the original creator of the photo, and Charlotte omitted to loving the edit and therefore posted it herself.

Becky vs Charlotte was one of the better rivalries during the latter part of 2018 in the WWE, and it looks as though the feud is going to stay hot and fresh on SmackDown as we go further into 2019.

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