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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 104: Mommy in the Bank

Becky Lynch is pregnant, which means Miss Money in the Bank is now the Raw Women’s Champion.

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Money in the Bank was a lot of fun, with two very unexpected briefcase winners in a crazy brawl up WWE’s corporate headquarters. However, even more unexpected was Becky Lynch’s surprise announcement the following night on Raw that she’s pregnant, and thus handing over the Raw Women’s Championship to Asuka.

Plus, there were more surprise title changes as Sami Zayn was stripped of the Intercontinental Championship, and regrettably, the Wild Card Rule seems to be back in some form. It’s a time of flux in WWE, and we’re covering all of it on this week’s PTW Wrestling Podcast.

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