The first ever winner of the WWE Queen's Crown tournament has been crowned.
Zelina Vega took to her throne on the latest episode of Monday Night Raw and gave a speech before the adoring crowd.
But there was something strange about the champion's mic work segment that a lot of supporters have picked up on.
After entering the ring, Vega made it clear she wasn't best impressed with the introduction she received.
"I will stand for this treatment no longer," she said. "How dare you introduce me like that? I am not just some superstar, I am the first ever Queen's Crown tournament winner. You are talking about royalty here – so try it again with some actual bravado like we rehearsed."
After the announcement was repeated to her satisfaction, Vega sat upon her throne to give her coronation speech.
But throughout the speech, the new Queen's Crown winner dipped in and out of putting on a British accent – almost as if she was inspired by Queen Elizabeth II.
WWE fans noticed the strange new accent straight away and took to social media to discuss it.
There are some fierce Vega supporters who are loving the new British persona, but others are unsure of the new queen gimmick.
Vega, who has now adopted the name Queen Zelina, saw off all the competition in the inaugural Queen's Crown tournament, before facing Doudrop in the final.
The title clash was aired on the Crown Jewel pay-per-view and Vega managed to defeat the Monday Night Raw newbie to make history as the first ever Queen's Crown champion.
Xavier Woods won the men's alternative to the tournament, beating Finn Balor in the King of the Ring final.News Now - Sport News