The time came for the match and you could instantly tell this was going to be special. Every detail was accounted for. Becky got the cool entrance, but was visibly jumpy and anxious for the biggest match of her career. Sasha was the complete opposite. She walked out extremely confident because this is where she belongs. The girls traded early near falls because, while their partnership is over, the battle was about the NXT Women's Title. Because of what these girls have done over the past year and a half, the title is one of the most prestigious in the entire world of professional wrestling. Since Becky adopted the armbar submission, she works the arm and it looks brutal. Sasha Banks, being the "Boss", isn't one to be outdone and decides that turnabout is fair play. She does arm work of her own, which looks even more vicious. Some of the offense looked straight of a Ring of Honor Bryan Danielson/Nigel McGuinness match, really showing me that Sara Amato had a ton to do with this outing. You know the offense looks good when it makes commentators cringe, especially when one of those men is Corey Graves, who was known for twisting his opponents in interesting ways.
Not only did the girls sell like champs throughout the match, but they continued after. Sasha held her arm as she left the ring. She posed, but didn't take too much time knowing that this was Becky's moment. Sasha beat her and put her over in the biggest way. The crowd in Full Sail has its detractors, but they reacted perfectly to this. Not only did Becky get a standing ovation, but the crowd began to sing the beginning of her theme song. Everything about this match was a masterpiece. Triple H took pictures, hugging both girls as they're in tears, and he just looks like the proudest father. He has every right to look that way. Not only was this the best women's match in the entire history of the WWE, it was arguably the best match in the history of NXT. Seriously, it was that good to be at least in the conversation. Becky Lynch is now viewed on the level of the top girls in NXT, while Sasha Banks has proven to me that she's not only the best female in the WWE; she's one of the best absolute best wrestlers in the entire world, male or female. I'm not here to debate that or to debate NXT women vs. main roster women or anything like that. I'm here to appreciate how good this was and how good the division is in NXT. On a show with Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Finn Balor and Tyler Breeze, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch stole the show. On a night where everyone was buzzing about Samoa freaking Joe debuting in the WWE, just as many people were talking about this match. It deserves every piece of praise that it gets. It is one of the most important matches in WWE history actually, because it should open the eyes of a lot of viewers to just how phenomenal wrestling can be, regardless of gender.