Becky Lynch to return this week

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Smackdown will be getting a big boost this week as their biggest name on the injury list will be returning to TV on Tuesday night.

Smackdown Women's Champion Becky Lynch will be making her return to the show since before she was pulled from the No Mercy PPV.

Return of a champion

Lynch was meant to be taking on Alexa Bliss for the Women's Championship at No Marcy but was pulled from the event for medical reasons.


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In her absence, Naomi has quickly emerged as a top name in the women's division and has been involved in a feud with Bliss.

This could lead to a triple threat feud between Lynch, Bliss and Naomi - with both challengers holding a legitimate reason to ask for a title match.

Lynch will be returning to a chaotic scene in the women's division with feuds going on all across the board.

The current Champion hasn't been seen since  but will make her return to TV this week in a much needed boost to help her show take on RAW.

RAW currently has the huge angle between Brock Lesnar and Goldberg so Lynch's return will be a big boost for them.

Survivor Series is the upcoming PPV that both RAW and Smackdown will be competing in and that could even see no women's championship match take place.

With Smackdown and RAW to compete in three traditional Survivor Series elimination matches, it is questionable to see just how many titles are defended.

A big return?

It will be interesting to see just how much of a big return Lynch is given on Tuesday night.

It could be something dramatic where the Irish Lass Kicker returns to talk face to face with both of her willing contenders.

Or it could be something more subtle where she could simply come out to address the WWE Universe.

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