The long-standing rivalry between Becky Lynch and Nia Jax reached its conclusion in the most physically battering situation as both women collided to settle their differences in a last-woman standing match on tonight’s edition of Monday Night RAW.

It all began six years ago when Nia punched Lynch in the face, which ultimately led to one of the best runs of her career, headlining the following WrestleMania and coming head-to-head in one of the most explosive matches in WWE history.

The physical encounter went all over ringside and involved a variety of foreign objects like chairs, steel steps, kendo sticks, tables, ladders, and even a fire extinguisher that Nia and Becky used on each other to inflict as much pain as they could on each other.

From intense chair shots to using kendo sticks, Nia Jax and Becky Lynch did not hold back any punches and delivered an instant classic. The closing moments saw The Man put down her adversary after a Man handle slam on the table and a smashing leg drop through the table from on top of a ladder. Nia was not able to stand on her feet for the 10-count and gave Lynch the decisive victory.


However, Becky’s celebrations were quickly cut short with the arrival of her WrestleMania 40 opponent, WWE Women’s World champion, Rhea Ripley who marched straight to the ring to confront The Man right after her hard-fought win. Becky did not back down even after going through a gruesome encounter and went right up to Rhea’s face as the show came to a close.

What are your thoughts on the last woman standing match between Nia Jax and Becky Lynch on RAW? Sound off in the comments!

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