Carmella destroys WWE creative while listing bad booking choices they've had to overcome

Carmella has slammed WWE creative with a savage tweet

Carmella has absolutely ripped WWE creative ahead of her Raw Women’s Championship match with Bianca Belair at Money in the Bank.

On June 6, Rhea Ripley won a number one contenders match, earning the right to challenge Bianca Belair for her Raw Women’s title at Money in the Bank.

However, two weeks later, it was announced that Ripley was injured and wouldn’t be able to make the show, so a replacement had to be found.

In another top contender match, this on the June 20 episode of Raw, Carmella beat Becky Lynch, Asuka, Alexa Bliss and Liv Morgan to earn the match against Belair.

And now the match is official, so on Saturday night at Money in the Bank, Carmella will have the chance to become the Raw Women’s Champion for the first time in her career.

To promote the match, Carmella has taken to Twitter to speak about her accomplishments, and what she’s had to overcome during her time with WWE.

In doing so, ‘Mella has dragged WWE creative, seemingly slamming them for some of the booking decisions they’ve made regarding her throughout the years.

In the tweet, which you can see above, Carmella referenced being used as a manager for Enzo & Big Cass, having James Ellsworth as her manager and having a dancing gimmick while partnered with R-Truth.

She also spoke about her character change in 2020, and how she was told to wear a mask earlier on this year, before noting that she always “rose to the occasion” and “showed out” when given difficult jobs.

Due to the short-term nature of this feud, which is only taking place due to Ripley’s injury, fans don’t expect Carmella to beat Belair at Money in the Bank.

However, WWE sometimes does opt to swerve fans and have the replacement in a match end up winning it as a bit of a surprise, so could that end up happening on Saturday night?

Regardless, Bianca and Carmella haven’t worked together in a high-profile feud before, so fans are relishing the opportunity of seeing the two former NXT stars on pay-per-view together.

You can stay tuned to GiveMeSport for news heading into Money in the Bank this weekend, as well as coverage before, during and after the event on Saturday night.

You can watch WWE Money in the Bank on Saturday night live in the US on Peacock and in the UK over on the WWE Network.

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