For the last few weeks, the question has been whether Becky Lynch or Charlotte Flair is the better woman. At WWE Evolution, the fate of the SmackDown Women's Championship will come down to a far simpler matter: Whichever one is left standing.
The Irish Lass Kicker and the Flair heiress will do battle in the first-ever Last Woman Standing Match at the historic, all-women's pay-per-view event. In addition to the ever-escalating hostilities between Charlotte and Becky, their title bouts at WWE Super Show-Down and the subsequent SmackDown LIVE ended in indecisive fashion. Charlotte won the first when Becky got herself intentionally disqualified, and the second ended in a double-count-out brawl.
Flair got the last word in that confrontation by spearing Becky through the LED board at the top of the ramp, but reclaiming the blue jewel of SmackDown LIVE won't be so simple. A Last Woman Standing Match can't be won with a pinfall or submission; victory can only be attained by inflicting so much punishment on your opponent that they are unable to get to their feet before the count of 10. Charlotte should know better than anyone that Becky Lynch has proven very, very difficult to keep down.