Pregnant Becky Lynch Drops Raw Women's Championship to Asuka Via Money in the Bank Cash-In | Smark Out Moment
The WWE Raw Women's Championship has changed hands as Asuka cashed in her Money in the Bank contract to win the title from Becky Lynch via forfeit (due to Lynch being pregnant and unable to compete) on the May 11, 2020 edition of Monday Night Raw.

My immediate reaction: WHAT IS 2020? Jesus. Every single day, this whole world gets flipped upside down and twisted left and right. Now, WWE is without their top champion, who they should've just had lose to Shayna Baszler at WrestleMania in retrospect (who should've won the Royal Rumble and not done this whole Charlotte Flair winning and then beating Rhea Ripley thing as that did NOTHING to help Ripley or the NXT women's division and I didn't even need the benefit of hindsight to tell you that that would happen as I mentioned it in my predictions for that). 2020 is just making fools of us all. At least it's Asuka who is champion and not Nia Jax or Ruby Riott, for instance. I would have rather had Baszler as champ, though. Now, I'm rooting for Bianca Belair to be the one to dethrone The Empress of Tomorrow somewhere down the line.

Click the following links for the full list of title changes for this year and the list of current champions and my predictions for who will take the belts away from them.

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