Natalya and Charlotte Flair tore down the house at Full Sail. The build to the first NXT: TakeOver featured both Natalya and Charlotte winning their side of the bracket for the vacant NXT Women’s Championship. After Natalya crashed Charlotte’s update of her father’s physical health, the current Flair challenged the champion at Hell in a Cell to match to defend Hall of Fame Ric’s honor.
In the end of their bout, Natalya retained her Smackdown championship belt over Flair after a DQ finish. Natalya had been working Flair’s leg throughout the match and hit her with chair shots.
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Understandable ending. Nattie keeps the title while they keep Flair looking dominate #hiac
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It will be a battle pitting The Queen against The Queen of Harts, the Figure-Eight Leglock against the Sharpshooter, the unstoppable against the truly insurmountable. At WWE Hell in a Cell tomorrow, Charlette Flair will attempt to unseat SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya in the latest chapter of their storied rivalry.
Charlotte earned the opportunity to face the third-generation titleholder by winning a Fatal 4-Way against fellow former Women’s Champions Becky Lynch and Naomi as well as the intimidating Tamina on the Sept. 19 edition of SmackDown LIVE, setting the stage for a highly-anticipated struggle between two Superstars who have championships embedded in their DNA.
SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya is, of course, a graduate of the infamous Hart Family Dungeon. Moreover, she has proven to be a ruthless competitor, and there is no doubt she will do anything it takes to stay on top of the SmackDown LIVE mountain after her moment of triumph at SummerSlam, where she captured her first title in seven years.
As the daughter of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, Charlotte has taken the WWE by storm from the moment she set foot in the squared circle, using her incredible athleticism to become the first-ever Raw Women’s Champion and making history by competing in and winning the first-ever Hell in a Cell Match between two female Superstars.
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