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Logical next step in the story. The psychology and storytelling was on point although I prefer their last match in terms of emotions, and match quality.
Bayley wins title as the ultimate underdog in their first match.
In the second match Bayley starts to show a slightly more heelish/aggressive side mid match, realizing she needs to step it up to beat Sasha.
I was hoping Sasha would win so they can continue to show the growth of Bayley's character and stretch the storyline through their shows in England and whatnot since their isn't any legit contenders. Sasha crying at the end of it made me cry on the inside because we all know she is banished to the hell that is main roster
I doubt anyone knows what's going to happen for WM...
Rough time for them, as all their top stars are out right now. Cena out until December for "personal reasons" Randy out with shoulder surgery (could be 4-6 months) Rollins out with knee surgery (could also be that long)