Hours after SmackDown it was reported that Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch had a "heated confrontation" after their "title exchange" segment, with both unhappy with how things went down.
The report, which you can read in its entirety by clicking here, states that Lynch accused Flair of trying to make her look weak after going off script during the segment.
A new report has claimed that Sonya Deville, who was also involved in the poorly received segment, was reportedly furious with Charlotte Flair for her actions during the main event angle.
PWInsider is reporting that Deville was so angry with how things went down that she was "ready to fight" Charlotte Flair once the pair got backstage after their now infamous segment.
The altercation didn't get physical, as has been previously reported, but tensions were definitely running high after the show went off the air, with Deville being described as "mad":
Two different sources described Sonya Deville as "mad enough to want to fight Flair" and at one point, also having an argument with Flair backstage at Smackdown.
Becky Lynch and Sonya Deville weren't the only ones upset with Charlotte Flair, with reports over the weekend also indicating that WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was unhappy with 'The Queen' after the show.
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