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    Monday, October 25, 2021

    The Grapevine (10/25/21): News On Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair's Issues, Impact Wrestling Tried To Sign Former WWE Talent

    Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair

    Welcome to the Grapevine! This section of Smark Henry is where we round up all the important founded and unfounded rumors floating around the pro wrestling scene that you may have missed over the past few days. Remember to take everything with a grain of salt!

    Backstage news on Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch situation

    Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch had a backstage confrontation after their segment on SmackDown last Friday, where Flair seemed to have dropped the RAW Women's Championship she was supposed to hand to Lynch, who then threw the SmackDown Women's Championship at her. Flair had reportedly become difficult recently, as a result of constant worry about how she is being treated and respected. Lynch is being seen as a "hero" for standing up to Flair.

    WWE is apparently being cautious on how to handle the situation, as they would have to discipline everyone else with an attitude if they discipline Flair. Flair seemingly acts like she can get away with it due to her star power, and WWE would not want to let her go especially after FOX requested that she be moved to the SmackDown brand. None of the women in WWE apparently want to work with Flair over her attitude at this point. (Source: Dave Meltzer, Wade Keller)

    We say: Yikes, that's really rough. While it seems like Charlotte is dealing with some anxiety, she will have to be disciplined for her attitude, and if it means disciplining everyone else who's had an attitude, then so be it. A big company like WWE can't get away with that kind of unprofessionalism at the highest level, especially with so many people's livelihoods on the line. Here's to hoping WWE does the right thing.

    Impact Wrestling attempted to bring former WWE talent in for Bound for Glory

    Impact Wrestling recently had Bound For Glory yesterday, but did not bring in any male former WWE talent. The company attempted to bring in Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt, and Bronson Reed, but the deals were not finalized. Only former WWE Women's Tag Team Champions the Iinspiration, who became the Knockouts Tag Team Champions at the show, were signed. (Source: Fightful Select)

    We say: It's a shame that Impact was not able to bring in any big male names for their biggest show of the year. That said, we can expect these former WWE talents to show up sooner or later.

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