Tonight on WWE Friday Night time SmackDown, WWE aired the ultimate chapter of the Lacey Evans story.
Evans opened up about his father overdosing two months earlier than his WWE tryout and one other member of the family overdosing throughout the identical time interval. Evans stated that one other household overdosed simply earlier than she made her NXT debut after which determined to do what was greatest for her and her sanity.
Evans talked about how that is her second to indicate the world and that she needs to interrupt the cycle and that her plans are to finally win the SmackDown Ladies’s Championship. Afterwards, announcer Samanta Irvin stated that followers had seen the “true Lacey Evans story” however earlier than she left, she needed followers to “present correct respect” and that they need to give her a spherical of applause and welcome again.
For these of you who have not been following WWE for a few years, the road about “correct respect” has been utilized by WWE for many years for badass characters. In reality, it was a line used on a regular basis within the late ’80s by “Ravishing” Rick Impolite earlier than his matches. Vince McMahon used the “correct respect” line throughout promos on the Angle Period.
The pretend babyface persona that’s really a heel has additionally been one thing that Vince McMahon has returned to many occasions. One of the crucial notable examples is Kurt Angle. When he debuted, they aired vignettes for him that made it look like he was a babyface, however after a couple of weeks, it turned clear to followers that he was an insincere babyface who was really a badass.
It is too early to know for positive, however the line used for Evans’ introduction appeared to lean a bit in the direction of her like an insincere child face that is really a badass.