The Real Reason Why Bayley Never Wears The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship | Be a shame if she accidentally Lit The Fuse.

The Real Reason Why Bayley Never Wears The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship

The Real Reason Why Bayley Never Wears The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship

The Real Reason Why Bayley Never Wears The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship

The Real Reason Why Bayley Never Wears The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship

The Real Reason Why Bayley Never Wears The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship

The Real Reason Why Bayley Never Wears The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship
The Real Reason Why Bayley Never Wears The WWE SmackDown Women's Championship
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In what might be one of the best examples of an outlandish theory somehow making complete sense when viewed through the prism of WWE's warped logic, some Reddit user thinks they might have unearthed something about Bayley's new attire.

Since making the change from loveable, hugging, perma-face to a knife-wielding bully with a new attitude and haircut to match, Bayley's enjoyed a lengthy reign (by her standards) as the WWE SmackDown Women's Champion. However, as was starting to get noticed by a number of fans, she never seems to actually wear the belt.

Given she didn't have an issue doing so in the past with the Raw Women's Championship, NXT Women's Championship, and the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship, it was... noticeable. Certainly not a story in and of itself, but one that nonetheless got people talking. That was until this past weekend when Reddit user u/HeLL_BrYnger posited the following theory.

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If this was any other company in the entire world, you'd dismiss that one out of hand, but the very suggestion that someone has caught Bayley on her way through the curtain and issued a swift 'no-no' on wearing the belt makes a lot of sense in WWE land. The company are desperate to pretend the competition still doesn't exist, and will be hoping the increased interest in NXT around Survivor Series will drain more viewers in the Wednesday Night Wars.

Or, as a lot of Men On The Internet have suggested in the replies to the post maybe it's because she "wants to show off that stomach !!! 😍"

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Survivor Series 2019

It's genuinely difficult to get excited about this year's Survivor Series.

NXT's invasion is getting in the way of TakeOver: War Games hype, the phoney "brand supremacy" tagline is tired and the general pointlessness of the card this Sunday sticks out like a sore thumb on the pay-per-view schedule. Survivors feels like a jazzed-up house show special in line with Smackville or Starrcade, not a must-see event.

Is it all doom and gloom? No, not quite. There will be some good in-ring action from the usual suspects on Sunday, but it's hard to shake the thought that WWE are sleepwalking their way to the end of 2019 without inspiration. For those keeping score, this is the second supershow in a row (Crown Jewel included) that's had next-to-nothing going for it.

Somehow, the most talented are making the most of things. Hidden gems on this week's Raw include Becky Lynch speaking her mind, Buddy Murphy showing why he needs more attention, some subtly cool house show integration, killer bumps and one fan showing Randy Orton his possible future.

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