WWE has been pushing brand supremacy heavily in the build-up to this year's Survivor Series, and even Becky Lynch isn't a fan of the storyline angle.
Brand supremacy has been the main focus of storylines for this weekend's Survivor Series, as Raw, SmackDown, and NXT will battle against each other in several matches for bragging rights.
However, many fans aren't a fan of the concept since all the brands compete in the WWE promotion, and fans only care about the wrestling rather than the brand with bragging rights.
It seems as though following her appearance on this week's Raw, Becky Lynch is in the same boat.
Speaking in a backstage promo after her Raw appearance, The Man stated she doesn't care about brand supremacy, she only cares about staying on top and proving she's the best in wrestling today.
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Lynch said: ”The two of them, Bayley and Shayna, they’ve both been running back-and-forth yelling about whose brand is better. I don’t give a bollocks about brand supremacy.
"The brands, they don’t care about us. I don’t understand why this is a thing. If they want to come after me, come after me because I am the best, I am the pinnacle, not just of women’s wrestling but of wrestling in general. Come after me for the right reasons.”
The Raw Women's Champion will face SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley and NXT Women's Champion Shayna Baszler in a Brand Supremacy Triple Threat match.
This match is one of five Raw vs SmackDown vs NXT matches taking place at Survivor Series this weekend.
While The Man's promo was clearly in-character, many fans will resonate with what she said.
Survivor Series does have several matches on its show that should make up for the brand supremacy storyline booking.
Seven matches will take place on at Survivor Series, including the traditional men's and women's 5-on-5-on-5 elimination matches.
The WWE Championship and the Universal Championship will also be defended on the show, so it's not just all brand supremacy matches on the show.
Many WWE fans though will be glad to see Survivor Series in the books once the weekend is over.News Now - Sport News