WWE: Possible changes in the Raw women’s championship match at Wrestlemania

By: Raja
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New Delhi, March 10: It was earlier reported that WWE is arranging a fatal-4-way match at Wrestlemania for the Raw women’s championship. The match was supposed to feature the champion Bayley defending it against Charlotte, Sasha Banks, and Nia Jax.

The plan was intact until last week when we have seen some drastic changes to the planning. Sasha Banks was pitted into a match against Bayley.

 The Raw women's champion, Bayley (image courtesy WWE.com)

Upon her win on that match, WWE confirmed a triple threat match for the title excluding Nia Jax.

Now, in a recent report from Wrestling Observer Newsletter, it was stated that this change was made, drastically. Nia was all set to compete in a championship match for the first time with dominant booking.

She even has pinned Bayley on the Raw episode prior to the Fastlane PPV. Just when she was looked to be unstoppable, she suffered a loss at the hands of Sasha Banks on the PPV giving the hint that she will not be a part of the Wrestlemania match. This is what the report from Wrestling Observer Newsletter stated:

"Originally Nia Jax was in this match, and clearly with Jax having beaten Bayley and Banks in recent weeks, if she was pulled, it was a late change. They still could add her.

But if she was pulled, then Banks beating her at Fast Lane at least makes sense. This is essentially the same match, except Bayley in the spot Becky Lynch had, of the three-way match that most thought to be the best match last year. "

The planning for the Wrestlemania card keeps on changing as we progress towards it, gradually. This one is not any different from the creative thought that including Nia will not be a smart decision.

This monstrous woman surely had a dominant booking upon arriving on the main roster but has not done anything incredible to be called a championship material. We have to wait for next week’s episode of Raw to learn further developments regarding this matter.

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