Charlotte Flair defeats Sonya Deville to retain WWE SmackDown Women’s title

After making her way into a match with Charlotte Flair, it was time for Sonya Deville to back up all the talk and backstage bouts on tonight’s WWE SmackDown. The SmackDown Women’s Championship was on the line and Deville was focused on taking Flair’s newly won award. Flair got off to a hot start, but Deville came back and pulled out all the stops to keep Flair down, and she consistently went for Flair’s finisher. However, Flair was able to reverse it each time, and she would eventually use the figure-four and bridge to a figure-eight to tag Deville, retaining her SmackDown Women’s Championship.

They circled for a while and then locked in, and Flair knocked the challenger down with a shoulder tackle. Flair jeered a bit and then Flair took her down and went for cover, but she kicked out. Flair twisted her arm and wrist, but Deville reversed the hold, though Flair dodged the turnbuckle and hit Deville with a crossbody press and took cover, but she kicked out.

Flair missed a move, but still found a way to hit Deville, though Deville hit the Champ on the mat. Deville capitalized and locked Flair to the mat, leaving her grounded, but Flair came back with punches to the head. Deville wanted to corner Flair, but Flair turned it around and got a kick to the knee. Flair evaded an attack and returned with clotheslines and chops.

Flair kept attacking, but Deville bought some space and hit a punt kick into cover, but Flair kicked out. Flair came right back but missed a boot to the head and Deville countered again with a kick to the knee. Deville hit a huge knee blow off the turnbuckle in an attempt for cover, but Flair kicked out.

Deville went for a figure-four, but Flair turned the move into a roll-up, though Deville kicked out. Flair came back and hit a clothesline on the challenger in a pin attempt, but Deville kicked out. Flair went up and hit the moonsault, but Deville got up with her feet and rolled Flair up using the ropes, but the Champ kicked out.

Deville went for the figure-four again, but Flair countered. She also countered a Sunset Flip and then connected the figure-four and bridged the figure-eight for the tapout and the win. Flair retained the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

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