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WWE News: Update On Bayley’s Heel-Turn And Future Plans For Her

WWE News: Update On Bayley’s Heel-Turn And Future Plans For Her

So heel in the WWE after years of speculation. WWE let her go loose from the get-go that created a sudden impact on the WWE Universe. It was much-needed for her character that the fans almost lost interest for the past couple of years.

With this shocking villainous turn and a complete new makeover, it’s time for this new Bayley to take things over. Her heel partner Sasha Banks will be giving her company in the meantime.

Slice Wrestling has published a report for the future plans with SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley that hinted bright thing will be waiting for her.

WWE officials made the decision to turn “The Hugger” into a heel based on the fact that she as a babyface was not being able to generate enough attention. The character had reportedly become outdated which failed to move merchandise like earlier days.

Bayley used to be a huge merch-mover in the past as she was incredibly popular among the audience. But they moved away from her gimmick for obvious reasons.

Hence, making her Money in the Bank winner or giving her the SmackDown women’s title did not work wonder for her character. Hence, the officials pulled the trigger which appeared to be an exciting move from her view,

“Bayley is said to be excited with new character and look and was waiting for this moment to turn heel, something she’s been wanting to do. The plan now is for Bayley to have a solid run as SmackDown Women’s Champion and her along with Sasha Banks and Alexa Bliss will be the main female stars on the SmackDown show.”

The source also hinted that a major feud is coming up over the SmackDown Women’s Championship between Bayley and Sasha Banks. WWE Universe wanted to see them producing the magic inside the ring just like their NXT days.

With both of them being exclusive to the blue brand, the time has come, perhaps. Who knows, if a blow-off match between them is waiting at next year’s Wrestlemania or in another big PPV show.

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