This bout was made official as of last night and, as of right now, will not be held inside the Cell. This has been the most intense women's rivalry on the main roster since Charlotte vs. Sasha from a few years back. Both women have done a really nice job but especially Becky as she genuinely looks, sounds and "feels" like she's jealous, bitter and downright pissed off. As much as I'd prefer the roles reversed, from a realistic standpoint, both women do have legit points. For Charlotte, she's extremely ambitious, wants to be the best and feels that she has to live up to expectations she's set for herself. For Becky, she's been more like an afterthought since her days as SD Women's Champion ended, she was finally breaking out of the doldrums, she was racking up victories and she was on the verge of getting back to where she was before Charlotte was inserted into the picture. The big problem a lot of fans have is that Charlotte, like it or not, is getting to be somewhere along the lines of a Cena or Orton when it comes to championships in that she's won so many that it's at a point where she probably doesn't even need to be champion. Charlotte was NXT Women's Champion, she was the last WWE Divas Champion, she was the first new WWE Women's Champion before the brand split and the title became the Raw Women's Championship, which she would win 3 more times and is now on her 2nd run as SD Women's Champion. Of course, WWE sped this along with all the times she and Sasha Banks traded the Raw Women's Championship back in 2016. At any rate, it should be a fun match but there's little danger of Charlotte dropping the title. If WWE is going for Charlotte vs. Ronda Rousey for WrestleMania next year, then don't be at all surprised if Charlotte wins every match she has going forward and walks into WM as the champ. Of course, a champ vs. champ match would leave a couple of gaps for WrestleMania but, at the same time, Charlotte Flair vs. Ronda Rousey is where the money would be for any women's program.