WWE Went Against Becky Lynch’s Request With RAW Booking

WWE had plans for RAW this week, but you know the card is always subject to change. Things were switched around this week, and we’re getting more information about what went down.

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We previously covered one of the reasons why WWE made change to RAW this week. It turns out that Becky Lynch actually requested to work with Tegan Nox, but those plans were changed.

Tegan Nox and Natalya were switched around, with Nox getting moved to the Main Event tapings. BWE posted on X to let their followers know that this change was made after The Man made that request.



“Natty’s situation was a creative board decision. A token of appreciation for her recent hardwork. Becky chose Tegan, but they felt it was not best. Hope this clear the mud.”

Tegan Nox has worked hard to make her way to WWE, and she was fired in the process. Triple H brought her back, but they haven’t booked her in much so far. Sadly, she had this opportunity taken away this week when WWE went another direction.

We will keep a close eye on this story, and so many more, right here at Ringside News. There are a lot of stories going around, and this story might have even more layers to unpack before everything is said and done.

What’s your take on WWE changing around Tegan Nox’s booking? Does she need a shot to perform on the main roster? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

September 19, 2023 9:56 am

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