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Do you ever notice that timing issues on wrestling shows sometimes seem to be contagious? If one match struggles with timing or botched moves, then others often follow? I’m thinking about doing a case study on that. They say that the opener sets the tone and, since tonight’s opener had some major timing issues, was the Women’s Championship match an example of timingbotchitis? Charlotte and Sasha were looking to execute what appeared to be a high risk that would have seen Banks either slam her back into the canvas or the turnbuckle, but something went awry and she crash landed hard and awkwardly. It took her several minutes to recover but, when she did, they impressively worked their way out of the botch-inspired early funk and had a really good match. There was a high degree of difficulty for their performance and, sans for the early miscue, everything else looked hard-hitting and dangerous in a good way en route to another feather in the cap of the Women’s Evolution. Banks and Charlotte seem to enjoy teetering that line between brilliance and disaster; they are so hungry to prove where women’s wrestling can go that they often make you cringe with some of the things that they try to pull off. At Mania and a month ago on Raw, it worked out just fine, but tonight it flirted more than ever with disaster; and if Sasha is seriously injured, then Charlotte will have to chalk this up as a lesson learned. A lot of rumors are flying around about the reason behind Charlotte regaining the title. I’ll talk about that on my podcast this Wednesday.

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