The enduring rivalry between Becky Lynch and Nia Jax came to a head in a physically intense last-woman standing match on this week’s edition of Monday Night RAW, where both women collided to settle their differences. In fact, Becky Lynch ended up making history on RAW this week.

The intense match between Nia Jax and Becky Lynch saw a variety of weapons used, including chairs, kendo sticks, tables, and ladders. In the closing moments, Lynch secured the win with a Manhandle Slam on the table followed by a leg drop from atop a ladder, leaving Jax unable to stand for the 10-count.

According to WWEStats & Info on Twitter, it was revealed that Becky Lynch made history as the first woman to ever compete in two Last Woman Standing matches in a career. Her first one was back in 2018, when she beat Charlotte Flair at WWE Evolution.

”Tonight, @BeckyLynchWWE is poised to become the first Superstar in @WWE history to compete in two #LastWomanStanding Matches in a career. #WWERaw (Her first was in 2018 when she defeated @MsCharlotteWWE at #WWE Evolution.)”


Becky Lynch now has her sights fully set on Rhea Ripley as she will be squaring off against The Eradicator for the Women’s World Championship at WrestleMania 40. We will have to wait and see whether Big Time Becks will be able to topple Rhea Ripley in the end.

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