WWE female RAW debutant Lacey Evans is all set to take on RAW and SmackDown title winner Becky Lynch at Money in the Bank pay-per-view battle as she has fired a savage attack on 32-year-old wrestler by posting a fierce video on her social media handles. The video shows the 29-year-old fresh face of WWE cleaning a toilet with Becky Lynch’s “The Man” T-shirt. The upcoming star-studded event of Money in the Bank is scheduled to be held on May 19 at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
Evans attacked WWE star giant Becky Lynch through the video and said, “in order to be like Lacey, you have to learn from Lacey. And if we’re not cooking for our men, honey, we’re cleaning for ’em. Further she also takes a jibe on WWE RAW and SmackDown crowned by saying, “So I’m gonna show you one of the best products on the market to get real down and deep, to get that nastiness out of everything wrong in the world”.
Check out the video of Lacey Evans holding a mop covering with Becky Lynch’s “The MAN” T-shirt to clean the toilet:
— Lacey Evans ~ WWE Superstar (@LaceyEvansWWE) May 16, 2019
Moreover, Evans won the chance to battle with champion wrestler Becky Lynch in PPV after she had beaten up superstar Natalya at WWE RAW night earlier this month. The thrilling RAW battle between Natalya and Evans gave the WWE Universe some awestruck moments as both the giants were going hard on each other. In the high-rated roster, Evans pinned down her opponent with an impressive Jumping Top Rope Moonsault.
However, this is not the first time when Evans tried to poke Lynch as during her WWE RAW night she did the same thing after attacking her at ramp walk. This is continuously increasing the rivalry between Lynch and Evans and created a buzz among the WWE fans as now they can’t wait to see whether Becky Lynch will be able to defend her RAW title against Lacey or not.
Moreover, Dual belt winner Lynch will defend her Raw Women’s Championship title against the new comer Lacey Evans and on the other side, faces WWE sensation Charlotte Flair to defend the SmackDown Women’s Championship at Money in the Bank PPV.